NEPA, SEPA, AND THE EVERGREEN-HOUSE GAS STATE: HOW WASHINGTON’S STATE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY ACT AND THE ABSENCE OF GREENHOUSE GAS CALCULATION GUIDANCE NEGATIVELY IMPACTS FUTURE PROJECT PROPOSALS

Macee Utecht published an article in the Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy exploring the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA), Washington’s state-equivalent to NEPA. Established in 1971 and modeled after NEPA, SEPA requires that an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) be prepared for any governmental project proposal that significantly affects the environment.

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