Ronald Bailey of Reason writes on the need to modernize permitting to reach climate goals.
- Delegates at the UN’s COP27 have optimistically stated that renewable energy will soon power the future.
- One major obstacle in the way of achieving this goal is inefficient permitting.
- Onerous environmental reviews take an average of 4. 5 years to complete in the United States, which significantly delays clean energy and infrastructure projects from being deployed.
- If lawmakers want to meaningfully advance clean power, they must modernize permitting processes around the world.
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