An entire generation of young people are rejecting the idea of unlimited economic growth on a planet with finite resources. Among them are social entrepreneurs in Indonesia looking for ways to do business that don’t harm the environment.
The poles are melting. Sea levels are rising. Dozens of species become extinct every day. Environmental migration is already happening on a vast scale. It’s long past time to admit that the biggest threat humanity faces is climate change. In this episode of Founders' Valley, we talk with Indonesian entrepreneurs trying to alter the rules of the game. They’re determined to run profitable businesses that are part of the solution, rather than part of the problem. We desperately need new sustainable concepts in business — but can humanity change?