The aviation crisis in Europe shows that fossil fuels should only be utilized for two purposes: as the "principal source of jet fuel," and as a petrochemical feedstock for the chemical industry, said Jonathon Porritt, a veteran environmental advocate in the U.K. "I do agree that society will come to judge these two things as being infinitely more important than any other use of oil and that we will then begin to recognize the true value of using our diminishing oil supplies for that purpose," Porritt said.

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