The Coastal Conservation League is working with partners on several initiatives designed to reduce plastic pollution in our state.
Monarch Butterfly Habitat Creation
Planting native milkweed and other flowering plants can provide essential habitat for this beloved butterfly and more of our pollinators.
Wave Dissipation System
We firmly oppose the use of erosion control structures that adversely impact the coastal ecosystem and fail to provide long-term protection.
South Carolina’s State Energy Plan
A state energy plan can serve as a key roadmap for policy and regulatory decisions.
The Coastal Conservation League is working to ensure ample protection of our precious groundwater resources.
Conservation League Coastal Stewardship Awards
The Conservation League honored outstanding legislative leaders at the first annual Coastal Stewardship Awards event.
Food Safety Education and Advocacy
The Coastal Conservation League is working to ensure our farmers produce safe food, but aren't overburdened by regulation.
CCL at the State House
Coastal Conservation League works on issues at the SC General Assembly that affect our coast.
By working with landowners on sustainable land management, we can protect our rural landscapes.
Electric Utility Resource Planning
Electricity is a fixture in our daily lives and is a vital part of commerce and industry.
The Coastal Conservation League advocates for well-designed, fiscally-responsible, and environmentally-sound transportation options.
Protect the Automatic Stay
Ask your Senator and Representative to oppose a bill that would limit citizen's ability to hold government accountable.
Sunrise in South Carolina
In 2014, South Carolina adopted landmark legislation that will make solar power a reality for homeowners and businesses across the state
The South Carolina Conservation Bank is the state’s most important land protection tool and funding source for land conservation.
Surface Water Withdrawal
The Coastal Conservation League advocates for strengthening surface water regulations and protections.
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