Deciding how to deal with the biggest problem facing the globe remains as misguided as the complex range of views on the validity of the problem itself. The popular mainstream narrative around climate change remains largely one of blaming corporations that are invested in industries and calling for their practices to change, in order to deal with climate change. However companies are ultimately just supplying consumers who are the ones creating demand, and through purchasing power they are green lighting the practices that cause climate change to continue. This inevitably remains a complex balancing act between fact, opinion, education and policy, but is the Climate Change debate being derailed by corporate blaming? With who's hands should the accountability for climate change lie?