Mr. Speaker, the Minister speaks of costs and costs are really on our mind as well, and specifically, because, the Prime Minister has indicated that high fuel costs are going to make Canadians make better choices. And this is why I want to know- you know, Mr. Speaker, I don’t have a choice when I’m taking my kids to basketball and football. I don’t have a choice to walk when I’m taking my husband to his specialist appointment 70 kilometers away. Mr. Speaker, choices can’t be made that easily. Do they understand the impact these costs have on Canadians? The Honourable Minister of Environment. Mr. Speaker, as I look up in the gallery, and I see young people here, I think that the question they’re asking is, does the Party understand-opposite- understand that climate change is real? It’s having a real impact. And young people and older people, and people around the world want to see clear action on climate change, because we only have one planet. So on behalf of everyone that wants to see action on climate change, I’d like to ask the Party opposite, what is your plan?