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On 7.7.07, Live Earth will be holding concerts around the world to bring together 2 billion participants to help solve the climate crisis. The League of Conservation Voters is hosting our local event, and information is starting to trickle in. John Ramsburgh says, The League of Conservation Voters has picked Charleston not only because of […]

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Here are a few interesting and newsworthy links from the outer reaches of the green Web… Surprise fellow Americans…! The U.S. rejects EU emission reductions. What’s global warming look like? Ask Australia — they’re getting hit hard right now… will the world take notice? CNET’s Green Tech column breaks down 25 things you can do […]

In 1989, after the infamous Exxon Valdez oil tanker blanketed Prince William Sound with more than 10 million gallons of crude, I vowed never to buy gas at Exxon. It was an unprecedented environmental disaster and it’s still the largest oil spill in US history. But it wasn’t just the spill that drove me to […]

One of the primary goals of this site is to educate readers on the little things they can do to lead a greener life. But despite our efforts, we still need elected officials to tackle larger issues like mass transit, renewable energy, and vehicle emissions. So let’s say you have the ear of your local […]

Imagining what rising ocean levels will do to the Lowcountry is a little scary, but that didn’t keep Clemson School of Architecture students from taking a hard look at scenarios and plans to deal with it. Everything from a Venice-style peninsula to a New Orleans levee system were looked at. As covered by the Post […]

Do any of you remember it being this dry in Spring? At least the Post and Courier is talking about it, but I didn’t see any info on what we should do to conserve water. During times of drought, or near drought, water conservation is an important way to take the edge off of dwindling […]

Mayor Joe Riley says they’re going to do it, and that’s a start. As reported by the Post and Courier, Mayor Riley has renewed this mission by naming the Charleston Green Committee. This is great news, and reflects Mayor Riley’s commitment to follow the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement which he signed in 2005. Here […]

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