Industrial Growth in Rural Dorchester County
Dorchester County is currently experiencing a period of unprecedented industrial growth. New growth management strategies are needed.
Protecting our salt marsh and land corridors from North Carolina to Northeast Florida
Donmar Sand Mine
The residents of Huger have been voicing opposition to the Donmar sand mine since 2017. This is their story.
Berkeley Charleston Tradeport
The Berkeley Charleston Tradeport is an industrial warehouse complex in New Hope
Highway 41 Corridor Improvements
Proposed improvements to Highway 41 in Charleston County threaten to destroy historic Phillips Community
Johns Island Roads – Main Road Corridor Segment C
Charleston County is proposing to widen a roughly 9-mile stretch of Bohicket Road. There are better solutions to address the problems.
City of Charleston Comprehensive Plan Update
Planning for a decade of growth in the City of Charleston
One Berkeley Comprehensive Plan
Shape the future of Berkeley County - join the comprehensive planning process.
Protecting Bobcats & Wildlife
Kiawah Island is suffering from the lethal impacts of toxic rat poisons
There are no simple answers on Gadsden Creek. It's a complicated story, and we look forward to learning more from recent testing.
US Army Corps of Engineers Charleston Peninsula Sea Wall
What you need to know about the most expensive and important flood mitigation decision the City of Charleston is facing
Support Charleston County’s Greenbelt Program
Land protection safeguards our natural resources and quality of life, and is one tool to guide development to the right places.
South Carolina's oysters are crucial to our waterways. Here's what you need to know!
Sullivan’s Island Maritime Forest
Sullivan's Island has a unique problem: accreting land - but what should be done with the growing maritime forest?
Crab Bank Restoration
Crab Bank once supported 5,000 nesting birds in a single season - and, thanks to you, soon it will again!
Lowcountry Flood Mitigation
Flooding in the Lowcountry is not a new problem. Just ask any resident of Charleston - and you will likely hear a story.
The Coastal Conservation League works to safeguard our water resources from excessive withdrawal and pollution.
Ashley River Historic District Corridor
The Coastal Conservation League is working with local partners and land owners to conserve a federally designated historic corridor
The Coastal Conservation League is working with partners on several initiatives designed to reduce plastic pollution in our state.
Lowcountry Rapid Transit
Modern mass transit is about to get Charleston moving. Transit oriented development around the system will reduce sprawl and ease traffic.
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.
The mile-long corridor cuts through the upper peninsula of Charleston causing safety issues and disconnection for nearby residents
Pesticides and Pollinators
The Conservation League is working with partners to balance pesticide use with public health and environmental integrity.
Charleston County Half-Cent Sales Tax Referendum
Charleston County 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.
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.
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.
The Cainhoy Peninsula
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.
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.
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.
South Carolina’s Wind Energy Potential
South Carolina boasts the 2nd largest shallow water offshore wind resource on the East Coast
Climate Change and South Carolina
It is imperative that South Carolina take the right 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.