environment

Reef-X | SCETV Series & Specials

A program through which decommissioned military equipment is cleaned, carefully prepared, and then placed in the ocean bed to build reefs off the coast of Beaufort, South Carolina.

Climate Change: A Global Reality, Part 4

Part 4

In "Climate Change: A Global Reality," moderator John King of CNN and expert panelists examine the relationship between climate change and the human activities that heighten and intensify its impacts. Topics include rising temperatures and sea levels, ongoing and future multi-year droughts and catastrophic weather events – with an eye toward reducing their impact through public policy initiatives.

Climate Change: A Global Reality, Part 3

Part 3

In "Climate Change: A Global Reality," moderator John King of CNN and expert panelists examine the relationship between climate change and the human activities that heighten and intensify its impacts. Topics include rising temperatures and sea levels, ongoing and future multi-year droughts and catastrophic weather events – with an eye toward reducing their impact through public policy initiatives.

Climate Change: A Global Reality, Part 2

Part 2

In "Climate Change: A Global Reality," moderator John King of CNN and expert panelists examine the relationship between climate change and the human activities that heighten and intensify its impacts. Topics include rising temperatures and sea levels, ongoing and future multi-year droughts and catastrophic weather events – with an eye toward reducing their impact through public policy initiatives.

Climate Change: A Global Reality, Part 1

Part 1

In "Climate Change: A Global Reality," moderator John King of CNN and expert panelists examine the relationship between climate change and the human activities that heighten and intensify its impacts. Topics include rising temperatures and sea levels, ongoing and future multi-year droughts and catastrophic weather events – with an eye toward reducing their impact through public policy initiatives.

Roots in the River, Part 5 | Carolina Stories

By 1975, public sentiment in favor of protecting the forest was growing, and the issue was gaining media attention. In June 1975, Gov. James B. Edwards took a stand against the land being condemned under the guise of environmental protection. Congressman Floyd Spence refused to take a stand. The preservationists decided to hold a rally called "Congaree Action Now!" People started arriving by the bus-full, and letters flowed in to the offices of elected officials.