Robert Freudenberg, director of energy and environment at the Regional Plan Association, thinks the state should form some sort of blue-ribbon commission -- much like New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo created after Sandy -- to conduct a thorough examination of whether New Jersey is doing enough to prepare and come up with a list of concrete recommendations. This sort of study has already been conducted by the NJ Climate Adaptation Alliance, but Freudenberg thinks it needs to happen in an official capacity. “How well are we doing with the recovery?” he asked. “How different is rebuilding that’s occurring? I would love to see an inventory of the money spent and what practices are encouraged to make the state more resilient.” Read the full article in NJ Spotlight.