Too many earthlings have grown discontented with the current economic system which many criticize as being unfair to the people, and particularly, to the Mother Earth. This has been vividly shown by the unleashed anger by Occupy Wall Street protesters, and hundreds of Occupy-inspired protests taking place over the whole world, demanding an end to the capitalism. Meanwhile, some others are currently proposing a new breed of capitalism that is not only profit-driven, but also responsive to the social state of the surroundings, and environmentally responsible. ‘Social entrepreneurship’ is increasingly becoming a catchphrase among many bloggers and educated savvies, and is claiming much more popularity after Forbes for the first time released its annual Social Entrepreneur list. But, according to your opinion, can we make capitalism more friendly and socially sensible, without reducing its very priority at the same time, that is seeking profits?
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