Although South Carolina has one of the smallest populations in the country, its coastal region is expected to experience unprecedented growth in the coming decades.
New land-use regulations in two South Carolina coastal counties have sparked fierce debate. Rural neighbors, developers, and conservationists wrangle over development and property rights.
The South—where sprawl is king and where spread-out growth accelerates faster and farther than anywhere else.
Driven out of their habitats, many wildlife species are flourishing in America’s urbanized areas, thriving on our handouts and causing nuisances.