Carbon sinks are a vital tool in fighting climate change. If we are to bring down the carbon emissions we've made over the past hundred years, we must actively protect and promote the forests, wetlands, vegetation and ocean that absorb CO2. Combined, these sinks absorb nearly half of the CO2 that human activities pump into the atmosphere.

These Lowcountry natural resources are in danger -- but you can help!

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Gadsden Creek

Land Fights

Sullivan's Island Maritime Forest