Thank you very much, President Lehr.
One really interesting part of your testimony was when you mentioned this idea of the incentivization of resource development. In many ways, we can also look at our responsibility, globally, to our environment and to our land. We can look to the leadership of indigenous leaders, like yourself, who recognize the reality that our planet has just a few decades before we see catastrophic impact to the life of our lands. This is more relevant now than ever. You know this first-hand. You visit all of the lands. I visited eight of the communities in northern Alberta and I've seen it as well. This is truly detrimental.
What I really appreciate about your testimony is that you spoke about the opportunities that are present to indigenous people looking forward. Could you elaborate on ways we could incentivize participation of organizations and communities like the Métis settlements to better participate in renewable projects that will both see prosperity in the community and help in terms of our emerging global climate change crisis?