Well, I think that for some of our natural resources work, government funding would be a conflict of interest, or the government is unlikely to fund some of that stuff, so we have to go elsewhere for that funding.
Just to reiterate a theme that I know you're exploring, government is a key partner in all these things and must be, be it in setting a really high bar or creating a level playing field. I've done some work on the green economy, and I keep hearing from other jurisdictions that when government sets strong policy, it doesn't necessarily kill jobs; it can also hasten and create innovation. We've certainly seen that in the energy sector in some of the European jurisdictions.
Also, we hear sometimes from industry that they would like to do something but they worry that their competitors won't, which will give them competitive advantage at least in terms of cost, so they don't do it. So yes, there's a role for government in setting some strong standards.
Am I answering your question?