It's a very important question.
When this government was elected in 2015, there was virtually nothing being done with respect to climate change. Through the work on the pan-Canadian framework, which involved the provinces and territories, we identified 227 megatonnes in reductions. Those initiatives, which are in the pan-Canadian framework and on the Internet, get us a good chunk of the way to our target, but they don't get us all the way there.
There remain 77 megatonnes that we need to find to meet, and during the campaign, we promised to exceed that target, and that is part of the work that we are doing right now. Some of the measures that were in our campaign platform around trees, wetlands and building efficiency will help with that gap, but we certainly intend to bring forward a fully detailed plan as to how we will meet and exceed our 2030 targets.