Yukon has sector-specific pragmatic GHG targets. While these targets provide some guidance on how we can manage energy and emissions, they don’t really empower us to work cohesively, and don’t lend themselves well to planning. For example, we have a pragmatic target of reducing transportation sector emissions by 10% by 2015. However, it’s very hard to suggest to a community that they take on a specific component of that 10%, given that transportation includes industrial and tourist traffic that is currently unregulated. As a result I suspect that a more aspirational target would have been more useful.