Johnathan Adler of Reason writes on the need for deregulation to address climate change.
- While well-intentioned, environmental regulations often delay the deployment of clean energy.
- Permitting under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) takes an average of 4.5 years which disincentivizes investments in key clean energy and infrastructure projects.
- To meaningfully reduce emissions the United States must implement a more efficient regulatory process.
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