Mario Loyola writes in National Review that the environmental left is its own worst enemy.
- Activists in the Midwest have stopped a transmission line project that would increase the regional grid’s clean energy generation.
- Excessive regulation and litigation, often through the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), slows down the development and deployment of clean energy projects.
- Failing to amend policies such as NEPA will result in fewer environmentally-friendly projects being completed and climate goals becoming harder to reach.
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