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The South Carolina Natural Resources Society

www.scnrs.org [cached]

Emmett Davis, Jr.
Chairman


www.dwightdrake.com

The debate will highlight the estimated $30 billion annual impact natural resources have on the state's economy and put the contenders on the record about how each would capitalize on and protect the resource, Emmett Davis Jr., chairman of the S.C. Natural Resources Society, said.
The group is hosting the debate.


www.postandcourier.com

The debate will highlight the estimated $30 billion annual impact natural resources have on the state's economy and put the contenders on the record about how each would capitalize on and protect the resource, Emmett Davis Jr., chairman of the S.C. Natural Resources Society, said.
The group is hosting the debate. Davis said the debate will help contrast the differences between the candidates and help to introduce them to South Carolina voters. The Natural Resources Society was established in 2005 by community leaders who wanted to help the state make informed decisions when it comes to preservation and conservation. The protection of South Carolina's natural resources is paramount to quality of life and vital to the state's economy, Davis said. He cited a study by the Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina called "Underappreciated Assets: The Economic Impact of South Carolina's Natural Resources.


www.livinggreentimes.com

This is where we live and these are the assets we should protect for the benefit of our present and future generations," added Emmett I. Davis, chairman, South Carolina Natural Resources Society.


www.greenvilleonline.com

To attract visitors, however, natural resources must be protected and preserved, said Woodward and Emmett I. Davis Jr., chairman of the South Carolina Natural Resources Society.
This may be difficult in the midst of a recession, Davis said.


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