In the current political climate, the ePA must find a way to balance protecting business interests with protecting the environment. Many companies are reluctant to voluntarily comply with new regulations and laws, as they may be able to get around the rules or ignore them altogether. However, this is a difficult task as the government is constantly making changes and the ePA is struggling to keep up.
Governments try to limit risks in the financial system, which is why the sec and the epa try to find a balance. In Indonesia, for example, the Peatland Restoration Agency is trying to protect 2.3 million ha of peatland and ban logging on another 4.4 million ha of concession land. In addition, governments need to pay interest on their debts, which makes it difficult for the epa to balance protecting business interests with protecting the environment.