Could green bloggers and journalists be damaging the environment because their focus on the individual lets corporations off the hook?

Could green bloggers and journalists be damaging the environment because their focus on the individual lets corporations off the hook?

Over the last few weeks I've immersed myself in the world of climate change. As I've worked alongside my team with The Climate Reality Project to develop new Gaming For Good ideas to support Al Gore's team's mission, I've started to learn that the green movement's personal behavior is actually damaging to the environment.

There's nothing necessarily wrong with asking people to behave consciously, but the problem is that the bright spotlight seems to be unjustly focused on the individual and not the companies they buy from or the places they work at.

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