The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection last week released released a draft of what they say is "the state’s first Climate Change Resilience Strategy" intended to set state priorities for combating climate change.
While we certainly have many concerns about the over 100 recommendations they are making and will be raising them going forward, we wanted to point out that we agree with Jeff Tittel of the Sierra Club who noted that once again they are providing a "plan to make a plan" with "no real substance."
The fact is, the substance is what matters. How will they do what they plan? What will it cost? Who will be impacted by those actions? Those are the answers we need to start receiving.