Events Around the County

September 1st, 2022

Charleston County Greenhouse Gas Inventory Discussion – Hosted by Sierra Club

Join Charleston County's Sustainability Coordinator for a discussion of the County's first Greenhouse Gas Inventory. The inventory includes data from 2018 & 2020 and covers three distinct categories including 1) countywide 2) individual inventories for each municipalities within the county and 3) county operations only. The inventory will be used as a baseline level for the County and be used as a starting point for planning and implementing actions to reduce these emissions.

WHEN: 7PM

WHERE: Robert Scott Small Room 235 Auditorium
175 Calhoun Street, College of Charleston
and streaming on Zoom

Register here to participate through Zoom


Wednesday, September 14th, 2022

Charleston County Greenhouse Gas Inventory Webinar

Join Charleston County's Sustainability Coordinator for a discussion of the County's first Greenhouse Gas Inventory. The inventory includes data from 2018 & 2020 and covers three distinct categories including 1) countywide 2) individual inventories for each municipalities within the county and 3) county operations only. The inventory will be used as a baseline level for the County and be used as a starting point for planning and implementing actions to reduce these emissions.

WHEN: 12PM

WHERE: ONLINE

Register Here


June 29th, 2022

Water Dialogues II: Ben Duncan, Chief Resilience Officer for SC

The Historic Charleston Foundation is excited to host the second virtual lecture in this series with Ben Duncan, Chief Resilience Officer for the State of SC. SC's Office of Resilience was established in 2020, and Duncan will discuss the forthcoming statewide Resilience Plan to mitigate risk and facilitate recovery. The Resilience Plan will evaluate South Carolina's eight major watersheds, examining the flood risks that exist in each area and identify potential losses from severe weather events and other natural catastrophes, including flooding, wildfires, and drought conditions.

Register Here

WHERE:

ONLINE

WHEN: 12PM


Multiple Dates

SCDNR Summer Programs at Local Libraries

Educators from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources will be visiting several libraries along the coast this summer. Come out and learn about the plants and animals of the salt marsh and how they adapt to living in this diverse environment!

Find a SCDNR Library near you!