Cruise Ships in Charleston

The South Carolina State Ports Authority is expanding the passenger cruise ship business in Charleston. Cruise ships are like floating cities and generate significant water and air pollution, as well as increased traffic congestion. Charleston should insist on strict standards for this industry, as other cities and states around the country have done.

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  • Earth Week in Charleston-- April 22, 23rd and 24th 2014

    The Coastal Conservation League is proud to be a sponsor of Earth week 2014 at the College of Charleston. Earth Week 2014: Music, Politics, Spirituality and the Environment.

  • GrowFood Carolina: Peak of the Season Party April 30th!

    Please join us for a fun, casual evening, celebrating the local bounty and supporting GrowFood Carolina! Farmers and friends will gather at the warehouse to enjoy LOCAL food, music, and libations. We will lead tours of the warehouse to folks interested in peaking inside the coolers and learning more about SC’s first local food hub!

  • April 8th: Riverland Drive Corridor Management Plan--Public Meeting

    The first public meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 8th from 5:30-7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at James Island Town Hall, located at 1238-B Camp Road.

  • "Deveaux" Book Release!

    This book is a reflection on the life of a South Carolina sea bird rookery, known as Deveaux Bank, at the North Edisto River. In his book, Dana Beach chronicles the annual cycle of reproduction and renewal on this ephemeral sand bar, and the work of the scientists and conservationists who labor to understand and protect it. The book’s stories and images provide a compelling call to action to save Deveaux and sites like it–wellsprings of the Lowcountry’s natural beauty and diversity.

  • Councilman Joe Qualey and the future of James Island: Wednesday, March 5 at 6:30 pm

    Wednesday, March 5th at 6:30 pm: Charleston County Council member Joe Qualey will host a public meeting on future James Island development and transportation, with leaders from the state, town, and city on hand to help answer questions. The public meeting will take place at James Island Town Hall (1238-B Camp Road).

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