I just want to make a general comment. The climate science community was fully behind Canada's participation in the Kyoto Protocol in the beginning when the protocol was set up.
It never saw it as dealing with the climate problem in any substantive way. Canada only contributes 2% of greenhouse gas emissions, so if we met our target it would have made a small contribution to the overall global effort. It was always seen as more of a symbolic issue, in that if Canada cannot do its part, how can we ask other countries in the world, particularly developing countries, and in some sense Canada is a developing country because we have a rapidly developing economy.... How can we talk to them credibly if we don't do that?
Unfortunately, many of the measures that were necessary in order to meet those targets were not put in place, but it's not correct to say that there were no measures for consumers. We did have various programs to convince consumers to reduce their personal emissions of CO2 by one tonne, which is I guess 10%. So consumers were asked to do 10% of what they should be doing. The country was asked to do 7%, or whatever the overall target was. The manufacturing industry did its part. The chemical industry did its part. Somebody else didn't, so I think it's up to you folks to figure out who didn't and get them to do it.