Badgerheart does ask a very important question and one that certainly deserves its own thread. With the summer gathering coming up, druids will be getting on planes from all around the world to come to Glastonbury (I've heard significant grumblings on that subject recently).
And it's hard to argue against the premise that, as earth-loving souls, we should seek to limit the damage we do to the beautiful world that nurtures us. And yet my personal decision to fly or not doesn't stop the plane taking off, burning fuel and dumping carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Even if I managed to reduce my personal carbon emissions to zero over my lifetime, I'd only shave milliseconds off the coming eco-apocalypse.
So this can't be all up to me or you. So what to do instead? Glue myself to a DLR train or sit in a pink boat in Oxford Circus? Shout at the government to change? Support companies who take try to improve their environmental record? Blow up power stations? Or retreat from civilisation to high ground where the sea level rises won't reach me, and stockpile canned goods?
Asking for a friend...