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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA): Little Information Exists on NEPA Analyses
Anne-Marie Fennell (au); Alfredo Gomez (au); Brian Lepore (au)
The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requires all federal agencies to evaluate the potential environmental effects of proposed projects -- such as roads or bridges -- on the human environment. Agencies prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) when a project will have a potentially significant impact on the environment. They may prepare an Environmental Assessment (EA) to determine whether a project will have a significant potential impact. If a project fits within a category of activities determined to have no significant impact -- a Categorical Exclusion (CE) -- then an EA or an EIS is generally not necessary. The adequacy of these analyses has been a focus of litigation. This report reviewed various issues associated with completing NEPA analyses. It describes information on the (1) number and type of NEPA analyses; (2) costs and benefits of completing those analyses; and (3) frequency and outcomes of related litigation. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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