Lewis, Lewis, Lewis.
Why do you have to polarise the issue?
Yes, the extreme ardent greenies want to ban all fires and walk everywhere wearing organic non-leather sandals, and the extreme ardent technophiles want to travel everywhere in super-advanced energy hungry personal hypersonic flying hovercarcopters.
In between, there are many of us who advocate measured, intermediate action.
The aviation industry was given tax breaks from its inception because the cost was so high -- it would not be disastrous for the economy if short-haul flights had the same fuel tax per litre as commuter trains. Those of us who don't fly out to Prague for a romantic weekend every few weeks are not dying of stress and still maintain perfectly healthy sex lives. Our society would not collapse if on-demand road deliveries were scaled back and more freight shuttled cross-country on overnight trains. Has the congestion charge destroyed London's economy or simply wound up a minority of the public while reducing the level of smog?
Join us in the middle ground. The air's clearer and life goes on as normal.