Thank you, Mr. Chair.
Thank you to our witnesses for being here, and being here in person. Welcome to the new members of our committee.
This is a very diverse and interesting panel. I have so many questions I could ask, but I'd like to hear from all of you briefly on what you feel are the best ways of helping us move forward under a number of criteria.
One is proven technologies—technologies that we're quite sure will work and get us to where we need to go, that have the largest environmental impact in trying to meet our goals.
Also, I think it was you, Mr. Sheldrick, who talked about building a market for low-carbon goods. It's incorporating that, and our ability to export, because as we know we need to help build the private sector. The government cannot do all of this on its own. It cannot possibly fund this. We're all concerned with government expenditures.
Two additional things are leveraging private sector resources to do this, as well as ensuring that this is a fair and just transition. There are lots of goals we're trying to reach, and we're trying to reach them quickly.
You're all here with different perspectives. I'm wondering what your suggestion would be for one or two things that you believe meet those criteria—that it's proven, has a huge impact, is fair and just, can leverage private sector resources, and has a low-carbon market out there, or a market we can create.
Perhaps we can start with Ms. Da Silva, since she's in the room.