Thank you very much to all of you for presenting today.
My first question will go to Mr. Snider.
I noted, sir, that you talked about putting a price on pollution. You spoke about it from an economic lens. I promise you that I'm not fishing here, but I wonder what you would say to those who say that putting a price on pollution would have a detrimental impact on the economy. There has been some debate on this, but even conservative commentators, Preston Manning and others, for example, have come around to the view that putting a price on pollution is necessary to combat the effects of climate change. Also, it can actually produce a net benefit for the economy.
What do you think about the whole debate?