See, for example, the federal government’s permitting dashboard. It shows many more planned or in-progress renewable-energy and electricity-transmission projects than fossil-fuel projects. This shouldn’t be all that surprising, given the decades of political activism highlighting the harms of carbon emissions, the surge of investments in clean technology, and the grim reality that we’ve already built a lot of fossil-fuel infrastructure. But the larger point is that we have many more clean-energy projects than dirty-energy projects that could be slowed or derailed by NEPA.