I guess I would say that first we start with the research capacity, and I think a big focus of our research is on climate change and reducing emissions. The minister mentioned emissions from livestock, but they are certainly also in our cropping processes. We look at ways we can use technology or processes to reduce things like fertilizer inputs, which of course have a cost benefit for producers as well as they can reduce emissions.
We have the research agenda, which we usually develop in concert with the sector to make sure that we're targeting some of their priorities. I would then say we have a range of programs out there.
I mentioned earlier the agricultural greenhouse gases program. We have a clean technology program. One of the priorities of the Canadian agricultural partnership is environment and sustainability, so provinces would have programs under the agricultural partnership that would also double down on the federal efforts.