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HUGE NEWS! The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled for a third time to protect Captain Sams Spit by rejecting permits and certification that would have allowed a 2,380-foot steel wall, roadway, stormwater system, and utility lines on the Spit. We share this victory with our attorneys at South Carolina Environmental Law Project who have worked over a decade to help us protect this special place, and Dr. Rob Young at the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines for providing the scientific analysis.And we also want to give a big thank you to you! Without your support, encouragement, and passion around Captain Sams, this wouldn’t have been possible! If you want to read more about this decision, please click here: bit.ly/3g7PgN2 ... See MoreSee Less
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HUGE NEWS! The South Carolina Supreme Court ruled for a third time to protect Captain Sams Spit by rejecting permits and certification that would have allowed a 2,380-foot steel wall, roadway, stormwater system, and utility lines on the Spit. We share this victory with our attorneys at South Carolina Environmental Law Project who have worked over a decade to help us protect this special place, and Dr. Rob Young at the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines for providing the scientific analysis.And we also want to give a big thank you to you! Without your support, encouragement, and passion around Captain Sams, this wouldn’t have been possible! If you want to read more about this decision, please click here: bit.ly/3g7PgN2 ... See MoreSee Less
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The Nile River is commonly regarded as the longest river in the world, flowing for 4,258 miles (6,853 km) over 11 countries in northeastern Africa. In this Overview, it is shown flowing north through Egypt, forming a large delta before emptying into the Mediterranean Sea. Civilizations since ancient times have depended on the waters of the Nile to flood and fertilize the surrounding desert lands.See more here: bit.ly/3mQnQhD29.336389°, 31.224667°Source imagery: Airbus Space© CNES 2020, Distribution Airbus DS ... See MoreSee Less
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Blair Tormey working with Cape Lookout NS Superintendent Jeff West. We are assisting the park with identifying sites that threatened visitor facilities might be relocated to after future storms. The goals: reduce vulnerability and protect natural resources. Also, thanks to Katie Peek for her analysis on this project. Some things we do are just such an honor. #wcu ... See MoreSee Less
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