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Category Archives: Climate Science
South Carolina meteorologist Jim Gandy is taking a stand on climate change and working to educate the public about this threat. As he puts it, “Given the volume of research that’s been done, you cannot claim that you don’t believe … Continue reading
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The bottom line for South Carolina’s coast: sea level rise is here, it’s getting worse, and it’s going to be expensive. Read More
Insurance rates are also rising with the threat of more intense and frequent major storm events. Read More
Considerations of what sea level rise impacts will mean for infrastructure maintenance and investment reveal the challenge and expense of planning for a very different future. Read More
Flood control efforts in areas like the Charleston Peninsula are already being exacerbated by rising sea levels. Read More
As sea levels continue to rise, the choice between retreat, renourishment and shoreline armament becomes a central question for coastal property owners and regulators. Read More
Coastal cities and resources are ground zero for climate change impacts in our state. Erosion hot spots along our coast are intensifying and worsening with rising sea levels. Read More
A new SC Department of Natural Resources study (here) examining the impacts of climate change on South Carolina has spurred increased attention to a topic that has been sidelined for too long as a consequence of political sensitivities. Read More
A bipartisan contingency of South Carolina Senators has introduced legislation (S.536) that would make third party energy sales and solar leasing legal in the state. Solar leasing has become the preferred method of installing solar arrays on homes, businesses and … Continue reading
Will the approval of the Keystone Pipeline set the stage for real movement towards reigning in carbon emissions? Maybe, if the response from opponents to the pipeline is loud enough for the President to hear. Read More