Can you provide a critique of such an approach from the perspective of economic efficiency?

Keohane and Olmstead, Chapter 3, Question 6: Some environmental laws in the United States explicitly prohibit the use of benefit-cost analysis in some areas of environmental policy. For example, the Clean Air Act declares that air quality standards are to be determined purely on the basis of protecting public health with “an adequate margin of safety,” and forbids the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency from considering costs in setting standards. Can you provide a critique of such an approach from the perspective of economic efficiency? What might be the consequences of such an approach? Now take a step back. From your own perspective, do you think such an approach is advisable? Why or why not?
Assignment Instructions: Please use the attached grading rubric as a guide in preparing your chapter question response.
Your response should show depth and detail and should reference assigned reading materials (use citations where possible). Citing real world examples will be helpful in meeting the minimum 300 to 350-word length requirement. Include citations and references in accordance with APA guidelines.
(This course uses automatic plagiarism checking software, Turnitin (TII), which is embedded in the classroom.)