'Nikki Haley is really popular, even among Democrats. Democrats approve of U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley's job performance at the same rate as they approve of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , D-Calif'.
TRUMP taps HALEY as UN ambassador because TRUMP is also hyper global banking 1% NEO-LIBERAL and wants that UNESCO control of US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES.
'Supports off-shore drilling near South Carolina coast
South Carolina Republican gubernatorial hopeful Nikki Haley said she would support oil drilling off her state's coast as governor'........................................' Graham, Haley, Duncan Push For Drilling Off South Carolina ...
The South Carolina Offshore Drilling Act also calls for revenue sharing from the lease sales. Under the legislation, 50 percent of the revenues will be returned to the federal government for deficit reduction, 37.5 percent will go to the State of South Carolina, and 12.5 percent will be directed to the Land and Water Conservation Fund'.
DILLON COUNTY as FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE is being built as that RAILWAY HUB to transport all that OIL/GAS to what will be that coastal OFF-SHORE OIL/GAS processing infrastructure tied to MOX FACILITY on SAVANNAH RIVER.
'Inland Port Dillon
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Located within a prime 3,400-acre industrial site and in close proximity to I-95, Inland Port Dillon gives importers and exporters in the eastern Carolinas a powerful new option for connecting supply and demand. Using CSX rail to/from the Dillon market gives cargo owners the ability to control costs with maximum flexibility and minimal inland truck miles. This is especially attractive to exporters in the region as it provides a low-cost platform from which empty containers can be sourced and returned loaded for export in the fastest possible turn time. And, Inland Port Dillon is owned and operated by the SC Ports Authority so you know your trucks will get in and out the terminal quickly'.
Both borders of South Carolina are now heavily tied to global industrial processing and exporting of oil/gas via PORTS on coast serving OFF-SHORE DRILLING PLATFORMS. All of these policies were installed during OBAMA era.
OFF-SHORE DRILLING IN SOUTH CAROLINA is not put on hold. So, why are these state assembly pols PRETENDING this is the case. Same thing happening in MARYLAND.
'Drilling off SC coast may be on hold. Many people are ecstatic.
Sammy Fretwell, The State Published 12:32 p.m. ET April 26, 2019
COLUMBIA — President Donald Trump’s administration is backing away from plans to allow offshore oil drilling along the shores of South Carolina and other Atlantic coast states, multiple media outlets reported Thursday afternoon'.
TRUMP IS A US NATIONALIST SOCIALIST TIED TO INDIA'S HYPER-NEO-LIBERAL MODI-----we think TRUMP simply wants business action in INDIA.
'S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley is Trump's pick for U.S. ambassador to ...
Nov 23, 2016 · President-elect Trump has offered South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley the post of U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and she has accepted, Mr. Trump’s transition team announced Wednesday morning'.
We will point out that MAYOR CARROLL is heavily tied to global oil/gas industry so, JIMMY CARROLL would not be fighting against off-shore drilling---he is that FAKE ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVIST.
'Isle of Palms Mayor Jimmy Carroll said coastal protection is more important than allowing drilling.
“Listen to your constituents and not big oil,’’ Carroll told senators'.
THIS SOUTH CAROLINA STATE ASSEMBLY COULD CARE LESS ABOUT DOLPHINS-----JUST AS LINDSEY GRAHAM.
IT'S THE UNESCO/FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONE DESIGNATION -------GET RID OF THAT!
Senate panel OKs effort to ban oil drilling, prevent tests that could hurt dolphinsBy Sammy Fretwell
January 15, 2020 11:10 AM
Read more here: https://www.thestate.com/news/local/environment
A plan to stop offshore drilling along the South Carolina coast sailed through a Senate subcommittee Wednesday as momentum builds to halt what many consider a threat to the environment and tourism.
The agriculture committee panel voted 4-1 for a bill preventing state regulators and local governments from issuing permits the oil industry needs to build pipes, refineries or other facilities to support offshore drilling, as well as giving any approval that allows for oil and natural gas exploration.
The Legislature OK’d a temporary measure last year aimed at preventing drilling, but the new bill makes the ban on infrastructure permanent. The House has a similar bill that did not pass last year.
The bill technically can’t stop the federal government from allowing drilling three miles or more off the coast, but it is intended to make that impractical because the oil or natural gas could not be piped from offshore to South Carolina. If drilling did occur, the bill would prevent industrialization of the coast line, supporters of the legislation say.
Sen. Chip Campsen, R-Charleston, said the country has plenty of oil and doesn’t need to pull more from the South Atlantic coast.
““If we really had an oil crisis and crunch, it would be a different story,’’ Campsen said. “But we are awash with oil.’’
Isle of Palms Mayor Jimmy Carroll said coastal protection is more important than allowing drilling.
“Listen to your constituents and not big oil,’’ Carroll told senators.
Offshore drilling is a hot topic in South Carolina, particularly among coastal communities. Virtually every local government on the coast has come out against drilling because of concerns that oil spills could hurt tourism and seismic testing, the method used to find oil and natural gas, could harm marine life, such as dolphins and fish.
Republican Gov. Henry McMaster, a major supporter of President Donald Trump, has opposed drilling, saying in a budget message this week that his office “is profoundly concerned’’ about building refineries, storage tanks and other facilities that aren’t “economically compatible with existing coastal residential and resort development, protected sea islands, estuaries and tidal marsh refuges.’’
The president wants to allow offshore drilling in an effort to increase oil production, seen as a way to make the U.S. more energy independent. But critics say drilling isn’t necessary because oil supplies are more than adequate. They say drilling would create too much risk for communities along the Atlantic coast. The state’s $20 billion tourism economy, anchored by national resorts like Myrtle Beach and Hilton Head Island, would be in jeopardy, critics say.
Most at Wednesday’s agriculture committee hearing supported banning infrastructure to aid offshore drilling, but a representative of the American Petroleum Institute urged lawmakers not to take drilling off the table. The nation will need oil and gas in the future, even though it is abundant now, the API’s Mark Harmon said.
Sen. Dwight Loftis, R-Greenville, voted against the bill. Loftis said he doesn’t want to tie the state’s hands to “never, never’’ allowing drilling.
“I know I’ll get painted as a bad guy, but I think we need to keep an open mind,’’ Loftis said.
But Sen. Stephen Goldfinch, R-Georgetown, said he’s skeptical the state has enough space on the coast to allow construction of infrastructure to support drilling. Much of the state’s coast is developed or protected in nature preserves.
Harmon said drilling infrastructure could be built near existing port facilities and at a new port proposed for Jasper County.
The Senate bill now goes to the full agriculture committee, perhaps as early as next week. The House anti-drilling bill also could come up in the lower chamber next week, said Ann Timberlake, a lobbyist for the conservation group Oceana.
“It is great that it’s moving early in the (legislative) session,’’ she said. “We really appreciate the agriculture committee’s leadership.’’
The federal government temporarily put drilling on hold in 2019 as a result of a court decision about oil development in Alaska that the Trump administration saw as unfavorable. But the administration still favors drilling and is moving to allow it. In the meantime, the federal government has signaled that it will allow a handful of companies to move ahead with exploration.
Looking for oil involves the use of loud blasts that can ripple for miles under the ocean. Sea life, including dolphins and fish, can be harmed when that occurs because the noise is so loud.
Unlike the Gulf coast, offshore drilling would be a first for the South Atlantic coast. It is still unknown if significant oil deposits lie beneath the ocean floor, which is why oil drilling supporters favor seismic testing.
Trump’s support for drilling is in opposition to the position taken by former President Barack Obama, whose administration abandoned efforts to allow it off the South Atlantic coast.
We LOVE our US SPACE PROGRAM-----we KNOW these goals need to be realized in a VERY DIFFERENT WAY.
'For example, the document expressly refuses to study the environmental impact on outer space itself, such as orbital debris. It also doesn’t consider any military aspects associated with the program and the environmental impact of that'.
VIRGINIA has two UNESCO designations one being the VIRGINIA COAST including the NAVAL SHIPYARD. The EASTERN SHORE of VA is designated to end the same as SOUTH CAROLINA------for drilling and fracking and nuclear waste DISPOSAL PITS.
What goes around in South Carolina coastline comes to all EAST COAST states-----this UNESCO designation is MOVING FORWARD an environmental devastation of US EAST COAST.
'The Gulf Stream - North Carolina Beaches: Come as Guests ...
An east-blowing wind separates the Gulf Stream from the continental margin at Cape Hatteras. Here the Gulf Stream creates a countercurrent that flows south and west, but the main part of the Gulf Stream current continues north and slightly east, passes near the Grand Banks (internationally known fishing waters,) goes south of Newfoundland, and continues onward towards the British Isles'.
Not all but most of this GLOBAL DEBEERS' MINING public policy is tied to STANFORD TOTAL PRISON MODEL DEEP STATE SMART CITIES----but as well goals of planetary mining.
'Back in September 2006, NASA solicited feedback from the public about their plans for the Constellation Program. They were looking for environmental issues and concerns that the people might have. The agency released a draft of their reply to these concerns in August 2007'.
The Environmental Impact of a Return to the Moon - Universe Today
There are many ways space exploration can affect our environment right here on Earth: toxic chemicals used to manufacture the rocket, carbon dioxide pumped into the atmosphere and the energy used to manufacture the equipment and vehicles, just to name a few. For the next era in space exploration, th...
We will end this week's discussion of UNESCO designation as FAKE GREEN FAKE CULTURAL preservation but rather the foot in the door by WORLD BANK to taking a sovereign nation of everything it has---in this case NATURAL WONDERS AS NATURAL RESOURCES by looking at BIOSPHERE in THREE SISTERS Oregon Cascade Mountains. Three Sisters designated again by JIMMY CARTER in 1970s------now MOVING FORWARD to environmental devastation as global mining, fracking, nuclear waste hit these BEAUTIFUL NATURAL WONDERS IN US.
Biosphere Reserve Information
United States of America
The Three Sisters Biosphere Reserve represents the essentially undisturbed landscape straddling the crest of the central Cascade Range (Oregon). The name refers to the three volcanoes that dominate the area and exemplify how glaciers and time can change the volcano landscape.
The biosphere reserve comprises permanent snowfields and glaciers, and numerous streams and small rivers. Coniferous forests dominate the area. The western slopes (below 1,200 meters above sea level) are dominated by douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) and western hemlock (Tsuga heterophylla). The subalpine forests are dominated by lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta), P. albicaulis and alpine fir (Abies lasiocarpa). Extensive parkland with a mosaic of forest patches and subalpine meadow communities extends from 1,500 - 2,000 meters above sea level.
Except intensive studies on geology, little research has been carried out in the biosphere reserve. However, the forests on western part are comparable with those of H. J. Andrews Experimental Forest and Biosphere Reserve, thus serving as a large control area for research. There is no permanent human settlement in the biosphere reserve. Recreational use is moderate though some hunting and fishing occurs.
Major ecosystem type Mixed mountain and highland systems
Major habitats & land cover types
Location 44°N; 121°50'W
Transition area(s) when given
Altitude (metres above sea level) +600 to +3,407
Year designated 1976
Administrative authorities Three Sisters Wilderness USDA, Forest Service