BAD POLICY BAD FOR ENVIRONMENT

There are right ways to make environmental policy. There are wrong ways. And there are irresponsible ways. The right ways to make environmental policy are to recognize and properly assess problems and to apply scientifically valid solutions consistent with other priorities, such as economic growth and national security. The wrong ways are to employ this framework but to err in technicalities. Environmental policymaking lapses from error to irresponsibility when it leads with retribution or

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