According to Joseph Bragdon, capitalism is undergoing a rennaisance. Just like in the enlightenment of the 17th century, it is based on humanistic ideals of equality and respect. This is especially evident on the strong focus on living asset stewardship, valuing nature and humans over inanimate matter, capital and profit. This doesn't just lead to more sustainable business practices, but according to Bragdon also to realising the full potential of a organizations employees and surroundings, strengthening innovation, staiblity and even profit. Bragdon tracks the performance of select companies practising Living asset stewardship i his LAMp index, and their accomplishments speak volumes. You can see his presentation and his examples of extraordinary businesses here.