I would just point out that if you look at the quality of environmental review that goes on, it's tremendous. The amount of attention that is brought to all aspects of a major project is huge.
I'm thinking of this image of the daughter of someone who is involved in the Mt. Milligan project. They've got a photo of her when she was about five years old, and the piles of documents are stacked next to her, two and a half times her size. Every aspect is looked at.
In terms of the substantive quality and level of review, I don't think that's at issue. The issue has been around how you get there and what the process is to undertake that and how long it takes.