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Court rules Charleston cruise-terminal neighbors must be heard

Neighbors affected by a proposed Charleston cruise terminal’s diesel soot and traffic congestion will finally have their voices heard on the term...

Bigger ship arrives as case over neighbors’ rights heads to state’s high court

The South Carolina State Ports Authority home-based its largest cruise ship yet at the Union Pier terminal near Charleston’s Historic Downtown ju...

Polling by South Carolina agency targets partner group; SELC seeks records

This week SELC filed a Freedom of Information Act request with South Carolina State Ports Authority for files related to the agency’s recent opin...

SELC, others urge consideration of North Charleston cruise terminal option

Journalists for the city’s newspaper and a television station squeezed into a Cessna 172 with SELC's Blan Holman to get a birds-eye view of an al...

Video illustrates impact if Charleston cruise ship terminal expands

As debate continues around expanding the cruise ship terminal in Charleston, a new tool to help visualize the impact of the cruise ships on histo...

Charleston port tries to prevent shoreside power for cruise ships, despite pollution reductions

As Charleston grapples with balancing an exploding cruise ship industry—and its accompanying air pollution, traffic, and large crowds—with the ci...

Settlement agreement will offset impacts of Charleston Harbor deepening

On behalf of the Coastal Conservation League, SELC recently negotiated a settlement agreement with the South Carolina State Ports Authority that...