It’s become critical now because the prizes given to architects now, a lot of them are given for social responsibility or for sustainability issues. And I think most of the architects I know, including myself have always had a sense of social responsibility and we’ve also always had a sense of — I mean my house which was ‘78, I put a skylight in the top. And on a hot day I push a button, it’s opened, it ventilates, and in 15 minutes the whole house is cool. The Indians did that in teepees. So I think we don’t need to be LEEDs and all that stuff and we don’t need to be lectured on social responsibility. I think we are by nature. And I think that’s pretty much the feeling in the profession. I’ve been teaching a lot and the kids come into school with that, absolutely with that intent that they’re going to be doing good things for the world.