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February, 2018


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Seasonal Selections: February’s Buzzworthy Partnerships

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Our plates would look a lot different without pollinators. Birds, bees, butterflies, moths, wasps, beetles, and bats all support the health and growth of plants and the world’s food supply. A 2016 report, by 124 United Nations-organized countries, found that plants that rely on pollinators account for 35 percent of global crop production volume. But, pollinator numbers worldwide are declining due to pesticides, parasites, climate…

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Senate Bill 927: Shoreline Bill Carried Over in Subcommittee

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Wednesday, January 31: S. 927 was voted to carry over to the next Subcommittee meeting. We await the date of this meeting. After hearing public testimony, subcommittee members agreed that S. 927 will require necessary amendments before the bill will be passed out to the Senate floor. We hope to see significant improvements that will maintain a non-seaward baseline for SC taxpayers and provide clarity for the many tasks DHEC would have to undertake. Ultimately, we…

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A Word from the Warehouse – February 2017

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Our plates would look a lot different without pollinators. Birds, bees, butterflies, moths, wasps, beetles and bats all support the health and growth of plants and the world’s food supply. A 2016 report, by 124 United Nations-organized countries, found that plants that rely on pollinators account for 35 percent of global crop production volume. But, pollinator numbers worldwide are declining due to…

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Two Offshore Drilling Rallies and Press Events Tuesday for Trump Administration Offshore Drilling Hearing

Monday, February 12, 2018

COASTAL CONSERVATION LEAGUE MEDIA ADVISORY FOR: FEBRUARY 13, 2018 CONTACT: Caitie Forde-Smith, Communications Director, Coastal Conservation League, (843)725-2064, caitiefs@scccl.org Alan Hancock, Energy and Climate Advocacy Director, Coastal Conservation League, (843) 277-7622, alanh@scccl.org Two Offshore Drilling Rallies and Press Events Tuesday for Trump Administration Offshore Drilling Hearing Charleston, SC – On Tuesday, February 13, elected leaders and coastal interests will speak on South Carolina’s opposition to offshore drilling. That day, the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management will hold its only South Carolina hearing…

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Statement on Today’s House Vote on H. 3529

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

PRESS STATEMENT Emily Cedzo – (843) 725-1290 – emilyc@scccl.org Caitie Forde-Smith – (252) 714-4790 – caitiefs@scccl.org For Immediate Release February 7, 2018 CHARLESTON, SC – In response to today’s vote in the S.C. House of Representatives (73-41) to pass House Bill 3529, a bill that would prevent local municipalities from addressing plastic pollution and considering bag bans, Coastal Conservation League Land, Water and Wildlife Program Director Emily Cedzo issued the following statement: Today’s vote is a rejection…

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Conservation Groups Challenge Attack on Clean Water in Federal Court

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Press Release from American Rivers, Charleston Waterkeeper, Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, Clean Water Action, Coastal Conservation League, Defenders of Wildlife, Friends of the Rappahannock, North Carolina Coastal Federation, North Carolina Wildlife Federation and the Southern Environmental Law Center For Release: February 6, 2018 Contacts: Southern Environmental Law Center, Kathleen Sullivan, 919-945-7106, ksullivan@selcnc.org Representing: American Rivers, Amy Kober, 503-708-1145, akober@americanrivers.org Chattahoochee Riverkeeper, Kevin Jeselnik, 404-352-9828, kjeselnik@chattahoochee.org Coastal Conservation League, Caitie Forde-Smith, 252-714-4790, caitiefs@scccl.org Clean Water Action, Michael Kelly, 202-895-0420×103, mkelly@cleanwater.org Defenders of…

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