Department of Environmental Health SciencesThe environmental health sciences examine the causes and effects of the interactions between humans and their environment.
DNRThe South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) is the advocate for and steward of the state's natural resources. The Department develops and implements policies and programs for the conservation, management, utilization and protection of the state's natural resources based upon scientifically sound resource management, assessment and monitoring, applied research, technology transfer, comprehensive planning, public education, technical assistance and constituent involvement. The Department of Natural Resources is pro-active in protecting the state's natural resources for use and enjoyment by future generations of South Carolinian's.
Audubon in the state of South CarolinaAugusta-Aiken Audubon Society (A-AAS) is one of the more than 500 chapters of the National Audubon Society, whose mission is to conserve and restore natural ecosystems, focusing on birds and other wildlife for the benefit of humanity and the earth's biological diversity. Working toward this goal, the National Audubon Society (NAS) enlists the aid of its 550,000 members and maintains a staff of scientists, educators, and lobbyists.
The Nature ConservancyThe mission of The Nature Conservancy is to preserve plants,animals and natural communitiesthat represent the diversity of lifeon Earth by protecting the landsand waters they need to survive.
South Carolina Coastal Conservation LeagueThe South Carolina Coastal Conservation League is a grass-roots, non-profit conservation advocacy organization backed by morethan 4,000 members. The Conservation League is working to protect the environment and traditional landscapes of the SouthCarolina Coast through its programs in Land Use, Water Quality, Forestry, and Education. The Newsletter of the ConservationLeague is published quarterly and reports on the work of League staff and members. The Conservation League maintains officesin Charleston and Beaufort.
South Carolina Forestry AssociationRealizing that forests are much more than trees, the South Carolina Forestry Association, its member companies and individuals are committed to seeing that our forests are forever.
South Carolina Forestry CommissionProtecting and developing the forest resources of South Carolina.
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental ControlWe promote and protect the health of the public and the environment
Sierra ClubThe battle we have fought, and are still fighting...is a part of the eternal conflict between right and wrong, and we cannot expect to see the end of it." - John Muir, 1896
S.C. Sea Grant ConsortiumS.C. Sea Grant Consortium is a university-based network supporting research, education, and outreachto conserve coastal resources and enhance economic opportunity for the people of South Carolina.
South Carolina Environmental SymposiumThe purpose of the symposium is to bring leaders and decision makers in environmental and economic policy together to assess current efforts, find common ground and set clear goals for the future. The continued growth of the symposium is a clear indication that it is a viable and contributing partner in the effort to promote environmental awareness.
Water Environment Association of South CarolinaThe Water Environment Association of South Carolina is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational opportunities for professionals in the water and wastewater industry in South Carolina
Environmental Toxicology Program at Clemson UniversityProspective students are invited to explore the graduate education opportunities atClemson University in the Department of Environmental Toxicology. There are also relatedprograms in the College of Agriculture, Forestry, and Life Sciences as well as other allieddepartments and colleges.