The now 30-year-old ACE Basin is becoming a critical wildlife refuge as species decline in other places.
Science and environment reporter. Author of Washing Our Hands in the Clouds.
The trees were bulldozed as part of debris-clearing work ahead of an $8 million to $10 million renourishment project, according to Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism.
Objections to groundwater-withdrawal permits for Mount Pleasant Waterworks and the Google server plant near Moncks Corner are about to test the water-war weary appointees to the S.C. Board of Health and Environmental Control.
A good spring seemed to indicate Charleston area shrimpers would have a much needed bounty year. But the catch fell off severely this fall.
The rare right whale is migrating through South Carolina waters right now to breed. It talks to its young in whispers.
Hurricane forecasters seemed to jump back and forth with predictions about how many would form this year. Weirdly enough, though, they weren't that far off.
A widely supported lawsuit to stop seismic blast testing for oil and natural gas offshore won't go to trial in early December, as scheduled. The Trump administration has refused to turn over records of how its decision to allow testing was made.
Two polluted sites in the Charleston Neck Area are among 26 sites in South Carolina cited by the federal General Accounting Office as threatened to leak from flooding spurred by climate change.
A brief, spectacular meteor shower is predicted Thursday night.
An important migrating bird stopover at Patriots Point is protected by a conservation easement that is set to expire.