NEPA – the NationalEnvironmental Policy Act requires the federal government to consider environmental impacts of any federal action.

NEPA – the National Environmental Policy Act requires the federal government to consider environmental impacts of any federal action. It also did several other things when passed in 1970, check all of the following that passage of NEPA authorized. (select only those that apply).

-NEPA the established the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) as an executive branch organization that would directly advise the President on environmental issues of national significance.

-NEPA requires that there be an opportunity for the public to comment on all federal actions that might affect the environment and trigger a NEPA review.

-NEPA provides the authority for the federal government to require a environmental impact review of federal actions that significantly affect the environment.

-Led to the President establishing a new agency – the Environmental Protection Agency a new separate federal agency charged with implementing environmental laws and policies.

-All of the above

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