I might point to a particular example. I would disagree that being green doesn't necessarily mean no development and no economy. I would offer as an example the proposed triage system for caribou habitat in Alberta.
We have maps showing the net present value of hydrocarbon resources below the surface across Alberta. We can identify those places where the value of the energy resource is so extremely high that those are probably not places where we're going to achieve caribou conservation. There are other places—in the Caribou Mountains, for example, in the north and in the Bistcho Lake area in the northwest—where the net present value of hydrocarbon resources is extremely low. Focusing our attention in places where we can still maintain caribou habitat, but recognizing that other areas are going to be sacrificed for development, seems to me to be good strategy and good planning.
Right now we don't do that in Alberta. We're trying to save all of the herds. There's no protection of any of those areas from industrial development. It's happening willy-nilly across the entire province.