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Aidan Mackenzie
Aidan Mackenzie
Infrastructure Fellow

Aidan Mackenzie is an Infrastructure Fellow at IFP focusing on energy, transportation, and housing policy.

Prior to the fellowship, Aidan worked on Capitol Hill and then with the Charter Cities Institute where he worked on Congressional outreach. He received his bachelor’s degree in government and philosophy from Cornell University.

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Infrastructure
Seven Frequently Asked Questions About NEPA
Debunking common myths about the National Environmental Policy Act
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June 4th 2024
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Infrastructure
A Cheat Sheet for NEPA Judicial Reform
How do different reform proposals stack up?
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May 28th 2024
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Infrastructure
Barriers to Next-Gen Geothermal
Part Three of Hot Rocks: Commercializing Next-Generation Geothermal Energy
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November 16th 2023
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Infrastructure
A Grand Bargain for Permitting Reform
American energy production can be transformed, if the parties can find a deal
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September 29th 2023
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Infrastructure
No, NEPA Really Is a Problem for Clean Energy
Four reasons the arguments of NEPA defenders miss the mark
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August 17th 2023
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Infrastructure
Geothermal Energy Needs Permitting Reform
At the very least, give geothermal energy the same exemptions that oil and gas receive
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August 1st 2023
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Infrastructure
Can I-95’s Repairs Teach Us to Build Faster?
The astonishingly fast repairs to Interstate 95 offer a rare glimpse at how quickly America can build when we get out of our own way.
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July 7th 2023
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Infrastructure
Defining “Major Federal Action” in NEPA
Federal agencies need to concentrate their efforts on projects that cause considerable environmental disruption
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May 9th 2023
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Infrastructure
Environmental Assessment Reform
Allow agencies the autonomy to act as soon as they can accurately determine a "finding of no significant impact"
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May 9th 2023
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Infrastructure
Time Limit on Injunctions
NEPA review needs a judicial shot clock
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April 28th 2023
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