Climate costs rise like sea levels with delayed action on climate change

Hill: Many of the readers have visited Charleston’s Market, just a couple blocks from the harbor, where my business is located. Tourism is our lifeblood as it is for our city. So when our low-lying area of Charleston is flooded from heavy rain and tourists think twice before wading through more than a foot of water to shop, I’m concerned and very worried about even worse flooding problems in the future. Charleston, like all of South Carolina’s coastal tourism communities, is significantly threatened......

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