Jen Lococo of ClearPath writes in The Hill on the importance of permitting reform for addressing climate change.
- One of the largest barriers to the rapid deployment of clean technologies and sustainable solutions is an inefficient and largely outdated permitting system.
- Permitting and approval under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), for example, delays projects by years, driving up costs and disincentivizing investments.
- In order to address climate change, the United States should look to streamline and reform our current permitting and approval system to allow innovation and the private sector to thrive.
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