Executive Order 13211, promulgated in 2001, requires the federal government to consider the impact of federal action on energy independence as part of the George W. Bush’s National Energy Policy. This law review examines whether EO 13211 was used to curtail environmental protection and natural resource conservation. The article begins with a review of the procedure required of federal agencies under EO 13211 and its associated documents. The paper then examines case law and published federal rulemaking proceedings and examines how federal agencies apply tests to evaluate the potential energy effect. The study concludes that EO 13211 strikes a reasonable effective balance between environmental conservation and energy development.
Geltman, Elizabeth Ann Glass; Gill, Gunwant; and Jovanovic, Miriam, "INQUIRY INTO THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BUSH’S EXECUTIVE ORDER 13211 AND THE IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH REGULATION" (2016). CUNY Academic Works.
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