It's inadequate in the agricultural sector, which is my prime area of expertise. I'll leave the discussion of remaining sectors to my colleagues.
In the agricultural sector, one thing I mentioned in my opening remarks is that the vast majority of agricultural emissions are not covered by the current greenhouse gas pricing plan.
It's difficult because there's a lot of low-hanging fruit in the agricultural sector that simply will not be taken because there's no incentive to do it. Most of the big GHG savings on the farm are not going to come from changes to fuel use. They're going to come from changes to manure management and fertilizer changes.
Right now, under the current plan, we do not have an incentive to make sufficient reductions in those areas.