It was exciting to see Amy Armstrong, the Executive Director of the South Carolina Environmental Law Project, interviewed recently on Fiona Martin’s wonderful Eco-Interviews platform.
SCELP’s mission is to “protect the natural environment of South Carolina by providing legal services and advice to environmental organizations and concerned citizens and by improving the state’s system of environmental regulation.”
Check out the interview below!
“In episode 19 of The Eco-Interviews, we chat with Amy Armstrong, Executive Director and General Counsel at the South Carolina Environmental Law Project (SCELP). We discuss what SCELP does and who they represent, recent actions at the Long Savannah Project, out of date permits at 3 coal-fired plants in South Carolina, and the proposed Bay Point Island “eco-tourism” resort.”
See full transcription of this interview at https://www.eco-interviews.com
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