In Part Two, Laurence Brahm get’s into specific solutions of how business can be used to solve the compounded crises of environmental and cultural degradation. Judging from listener response to Part One, his call to integrate holistic values with our business culture seems to be gaining traction. But, what will this integration look like? Is it possible to save the planet and make money? These questions, and more, are answered with such pragmatism that one is left to wonder why we aren’t doing it already. And then there’s my favorite part, hear why Laurence advises entrepreneurs to “learn Swahili.” Other key points: Without economic flow, culture goes into a museum Marriage between globalization and localization is the new economic model Social enterprise should be profitable Water links everyone together Himalayan Consensus and African Consensus – different models for different situations The way forward is pragmatism. A multi-stakeholder approach bringing the investment banks and the grassroots together And to back up all of his assertions, advice and prognostications, Laurence introduces us to his enterprise, the Shambhala Serai Hotels as a model for his values. Anyone interested in sustainable business practices and serving local communities will be impressed at what this business has achieved. So, get yourself some fair trade tea and get ready for the answers.