On September 29, after undertaking the first national study of climate change's economic consequences for Canada, the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy released Paying the Price: The Economic Impacts of Climate Change for Canada detailing the negative impacts of climate change on the Canadian and Caribbean economies unless global greenhouse gas emissions are reduced and adaption policies are put in place in individual countries. Enhanced forest fire prevention, pest control, and the planting of tree species resilient to climate change to protect the country's timber supply were among the report’s recommendations, along with a prohibition on construction in at-risk areas and air quality measures.