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The North Carolina Environmental Policy Act was born out of the environmental enthusiasm and mold of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. NC-EPA required state agencies to comply with the goals of the state's environmental conservation policy. The NC-EPA provides a potentially powerful tool for environmental planning and open decision-making and can assist local governments concerned with land and resource management; however, the Act has been little utilized in implementing guidelines.