The mile-long corridor cuts through the upper peninsula of Charleston causing safety issues and disconnection for nearby residents
The Coastal Conservation League is working to ensure ample protection of our precious groundwater resources.
Pesticides and Pollinators
The Conservation League is working with partners to balance pesticide use with public health and environmental integrity.
Conservation League Coastal Stewardship Awards
The Conservation League honored outstanding legislative leaders at the first annual Coastal Stewardship Awards event.
Charleston County Half-Cent Sales Tax Referendum
Charleston County Passes Half-Cent Sales Tax Referendum
US 17 & Main Road Improvements
The intersection of U.S. Highway 17 and Main Road in West Ashley presents traffic and safety issues to residents on a daily basis.
2015 Charleston Mayoral Race
We are working to engage and support Mayor Tecklenburg to help shape his administration's conservation, transportation, and livability agenda.
Ashley River Historic Overlay District
Dorchester County Council voted down the proposal to eliminate large portions of the Ashley River Historic Overlay District!
Keep Johns Island Rural
The Coastal Conservation League and our partners are working to help preserve the rural character, culture, and history of Johns Island.
Dorchester County Coastal Zone Designation
Dorchester County officials are attempting to remove 90% of the county from South Carolina's Coastal Management Program
Captain Sams Spit
This sandy spit of land is highly mobile, eroding and accreting regularly. Yet developers want to construct a bulkhead and 50 houses.
Offshore drilling is a threat to the people, wildlife and natural resources that make South Carolina a special place to live and work
We call for improving our existing roads, not building overpriced roads we don't need.
Maybank Highway Transportation Improvements
The bottleneck at the intersection of Maybank Highway and River Road is a daily frustration for Johns Island residents.
Cainhoy Plantation is perhaps the single most important piece of property under threat of development in coastal South Carolina.
The East Edisto property consists of approximately 72,000 acres of rural, ecologically valuable land in Charleston and Dorchester Counties.
The Coastal Conservation League is working with partners on several initiatives designed to reduce plastic pollution in our state.
McClellanville Transmission Line Proposal
Central Electric Power Cooperative proposed construction of a new transmission line near McClellanville.
Deveaux Bank is one of only five islands in South Carolina with the correct topographic profile for attracting nesting seabirds.
Poplar Grove Annexation and Development Proposal
On November 18, 2013, the Hollywood Town Council unanimously voted to deny sewer to the proposed Poplar Grove Development.
I-26 Median Tree Clearing
The approved plan calls for the median to be cleared only in the most dangerous stretches of road, while 17 miles of trees remain untouched.
James Island Vision
A myriad of issues have begun to frustrate James Islanders, and James Island truly needs a collaborative vision for its development future.
Dorchester County Zoning
Dorchester County is one of the fastest growing counties in the state.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Access
A sustainable future for Charleston includes mass transit and communities that encourage walking and cycling.
Voluntary Agricultural and Forestal Areas
This regulatory tool can help protect our most vulnerable working land from development.
Cruise Ships in Charleston
Charleston faces significant water and air pollution as our port dramatically increases cruise operations.
Climate Change and South Carolina
It is imperative that our state take the necessary steps to prepare for a future climate that could look very different than the present
Charleston Area Waste and Recycling
The Coastal Conservation League advocated to achieve a more ecologically beneficial landscape-scale conservation solution.
Johns Island Community Plan and Code
The Johns Island Community Plan was adopted in 2007 to address growth pressure and widespread land use concerns.