That is a very good question.
If you look at the way we do carbon accounting in this country, we have some of the best carbon accounting, and the rules and principles around that are being defined. Currently, I believe there is an ongoing conversation among provinces and also the Canadian Forest Service and Environment Canada, in terms of defining what system we should be using.
There are things we control and others that we don't control, like forest fires that aren't induced by humans or if you have lightning going to the ground, so it is very difficult to manage it, other than doing more protection.
The way we have been approaching it is to reduce the impact on settlements. One of the areas that we also need to be careful about is that, when you do invest in forest management, it's a long-term investment. You get into plantations and silviculture, so there is a real investment in this and we need to make sure that we protect those investments as well.
Currently, it's more focused on settlements, people and municipalities, which is the right thing to do, but we also need to think more about how we protect those forests that we've been managing for a very long time.