2023 Press Roundup


Our View: Plastic is choking our ocean

Generational Giving: Daniel Island Community Fund nears quarter-century of philanthropy 

Charleston County is spreading a road treatment that actually reduces heat and air pollution

REI store opening in Mount Pleasant


Get the 411 on environmental organizations in Charleston

Editorial: Stop unwelcome development alongside the sensitive Ashley River

REI Co-op celebrates Mount Pleasant grand opening this weekend

Here’s what to expect at REI’s grand opening celebration


Sewer line breaks again by James Island Creek, triggering environmental concerns

Citizen scientists track health of Shem Creek, other local waterways

Moving mud by hand: State officials work to restore West Ashley marsh


What are PFAS chemicals and are they affecting SC drinking water?


“The dirty hidden little secret of the coast” Amid growth and lax rules, a menace beneath lawns threatens SC waterways, health

The history of human waste in Charleston’s waters runs deep

Nonprofit Charleston Waterkeeper continues to monitor water in the Lowcountry

Four waterways show elevated bacteria levels

How a Supreme Court ruling cutting wetlands protection will impact the Lowcountry


Commentary: Best time to prevent septic tank pollution is before the tank is installed

Charleston band hosting beach cleanups along East Coast tour route


High bacteria levels found at multiple popular Lowconty swimming spots

Charleston Waterkeeper to petition DHEC to help clean up contaminated creek

Filbin Creek is filthy with fecal bacteria, tests show

Editorial: Find (and eventually fix) the source of Filbin Creek’s pollution


Idalia likely to have brought bacteria to waterways

Charleston Waterkeeper needs volunteers for marsh planting

Unsafe bacteria levels found at six popular Charleston swimming spots 

Shem Creek battles bacterial issues: Local advocates, town officials working towards healthier waterways


Charleston Co. judge hears arguments in septic tank case

One year later three area creeks still high in bacteria


Charleston fish show high levels of forever chemicals


State health officials push pollution transparency in new permit application

“Forever chemicals”: Here’s how PFAS are impacting SC fish

“Toxic cocktail of pollutants” enter waterways after Sunday’s storm

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