There are various standards for doing LCA. We've looked, of course, at the linkage between what's happening in the forest and what's happening with the wood product throughout its life cycle. Certainly, there is a disconnect there in terms of the LCA standards internationally.
The latest one that we are typically following at this point is called ISO 21930. It just came out in 2017. It is basically the governing document, if you will, for how to do an LCA for construction work. Essentially what it says is that what's happening in the forest is very site-specific, as opposed to what may happen with the wood product going downstream—