I shall, of course, continue my conversation with you, Presiding Officer, as ever.
We are talking seriously to the bus operators about the bus service operators grant and about taking a more environmentally friendly approach rather than simply rewarding bus operators for running empty buses. We are seriously engaged with them and receiving great support from them.
Jim Hume talked about me getting on my bike. I will be on my bike the week after next to ride 6 whole miles—that is 6 miles more than I have done. I am in energetic training. As a minister, I have used trains more than 250 times. Perhaps I will get my bike on the railway next time—one never knows.
Shirley-Anne Somerville talked about the transition town initiative, on which Portobello is to be congratulated.
There have been a couple of exchanges on microgeneration. I think that members can see that we are moving forward on that.
Liam McArthur talked about "magic buckshot". I ask him to explain that term to me afterwards, in case it is a bit risqué.
Gavin Brown used circumlocution to a masterful extent when he talked about bovine flatulence.
This is a critical time for climate change. What we do now is critical for establishing a pathway to a low-carbon economy. Climate change affects all of us. The relatively consensual nature of the debate and the engagement of all parties in it are helpful pointers to our being able to move forward collectively in a positive fashion.