Oliver McPherson-Smith writes on RealClearEnergy that in order for President Biden to address climate change, he must first retire the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
- While well-intentioned, NEPA has become an outdated law that must be reformed.
- Through an antiquated review process and an expansive litigation period, NEPA delays projects by years, driving up costs and slowing down projects that are environmentally beneficial.
- If the Biden Administration is serious about fighting climate change, they must look to reform regulatory burdens such as NEPA.
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