Taxonomy Archives: South Carolina

February 3, 2022

New web tool digs into development decisions and flooding

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — A new website and interactive mapping tool released today by the Southern Environmental Law Center will allow citizens, activists and policymakers to look at how both current an...

February 3, 2022

Meet the experts behind The Changing Coast interactive website

January 13, 2022

We’re suing regulators and a pharmaceutical company over crab pens

January 11, 2022

EPA takes critical action to address coal ash pollution

WASHINGTON – Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency took critical steps to protect communities and clean water from toxic coal ash pollution by making it clear that utilities must deal with as...

December 21, 2021

Majority of Charleston residents: No Mark Clark interstate extension

November 18, 2021

EPA proposes reversing harmful Trump rule that stripped protections from many waterways

CHAPEL HILL, N.C.—The Southern Environmental Law Center released the following statement regarding EPA’s announcement today of a draft rule to reverse a harmful, destructive rule by the Trump administ...

November 17, 2021

2021 trends making and braking rooftop solar in the South

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Today the Southern Environmental Law Center announced its annual Solar “Makers” and “Brakers” — a list of policies that are significantly impacting rooftop solar growth across t...

November 16, 2021

SELC saves South Carolina wetlands and helps create a better development

November 3, 2021

State-sanctioned horseshoe crab confinement threatens shorebirds

CHARLESTON, S.C. — A group of conservationists is preparing to sue the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Charles River Laboratories for penning horseshoe crabs in manmade ponds for an...

October 18, 2021

Phillips Community Association presents SELC with Distinguished Service Award