Welcome to the GROW PURPOSE DIGEST!
A weekly collection of updates from the Lowcountry’s
environmental news & resource network…
- ACT NOW: TELL SCDOT TO LEAVE ISLE OF PALMS CONNECTOR AS IS!
- Editorial: Six ways to make the Charleston region a better place
- These Outdoor Education Programs Are Inspiring the Next Generation of Climate Activists
- Come Hell or High Water — Oysters, Brewing, and How the Come Yahs & Bin Yahs Could End Sea Level Rise in Charleston
- Reducing light pollution helps mitigate human, animal impacts and improves stargazing
- Preparations underway for 41st annual SEWE
- What is pluff mud?
- Foundation announces entertainment and beneficiaries for Lowcountry Oyster Festival
- Misinformation spreads as more Atlantic whales show up dead. Scientists are worried.
- CARTA working to bring back the HOP shuttle
- Toxic chemicals found in virtually every SC river tested. Action needed, critics say.
- EVs and Energy on Project Sustainability Podcast
- 1,170 new jobs coming to this South Carolina county due to electric car batteries
- Schools scramble to prepare for $1B in federal money for electric buses
- College of Charleston announce partnership to Identify Pathways to Park Equity
- Connect with the City of Charleston via text
- Charleston County Comprehensive Plan | Take the Five-Year Review Survey!
“Charleston County is beginning the five-year review of the Plan. There will be many opportunities for public input throughout the review process, including this survey.”
MARK YOUR CALENDARS:
- JAN 25: MUSC Conversation Café | Energy Efficiency
- JAN 31: Natural Solutions for Stress, Hormones & Inflammation
- FEB 4: Francis Marion National Forest Annual Cleanup
- FEB 11-12: Camellias and Crafts
- FEB 15: MountainFilm on Tour
CHECK OUT THE LATEST:
- Freshwater fish more contaminated with ‘forever chemicals’ than in oceans
- Gravity batteries in abandoned mines could power the whole planet, scientists say
- Green Banks Catalyze Green Energy Projects
- High-Rise Buildings Are Not the Future of Housing. Low-Rises Are
- Harvard Study Puts A Number On What ‘Exxon Knew’ Decades Ago About Climate Science
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