Regardless of where you fall on the current 'occupy' movement, the environmental problems we face will require ALL of us working together to solve. Sure businesses produce products and the production of these products uses energy and creates waste, but we, the consumers are those that demand these products. And, even if we're not demanding them (do we really need the diversity of products currently created?) we permit ourselves to be duped into thinking we need them. Thus, all 100% of us are, to some extent, culpable, for the current environmental problems.
Consumption control is the easiest way for us to address this. Indeed, if you're opposed to a particular business, just don't use their products. Don't like wall street banks--join a credit union or a bank at a community bank. Better yet, try to use less.
Food decisions are a great place to start. Try to buy less processed food because processed food = additional energy. Cook your own meals from fresh ingredients. Your body and your soul will be rewarded.