I have a couple things. I appreciate your comments.
What we have are tools. We have research projects that inform the development of tools that will allow communities, stakeholders, and our own departmental managers to incorporate climate change considerations into their decision-making. I'll give you an example. We have a tool that will help northern communities predict how the sea ice cover in the Arctic Ocean will change over time, so they can look at that when they're planning their future commercial fisheries ventures. That's not the same as recommendations, I acknowledge.
What the department has said we are going to do about climate change is found in our federal sustainable development strategy. We have committed to our own actions around the same types of things in the pan-Canadian framework about reducing greenhouse gas, about being more efficient as we build infrastructure, and about undertaking the research necessary to really inform Canadian decision-making. That's what the pan-Canadian framework recommends, those are the types of actions our department is taking, and they are found in our federal sustainable development strategy.