This part of the film is dedicated to some new models (economic or societal) which are today proposed and that can better cope with the challenges we have in the 21st century. Olga Kovtun (GGA, Volunteer of ALLATRA IPM Troy, Michigan, USA) talked about the societal model proposed by ALLATRA organization, the Creative Society, a model that stresses a lot on basic human rights ad is based on 8 principles. Gunter Pauli (Entrepreneur and author of The Blue Economy, Antwerp, Belgium) talked about a model that he calls Blue Economy, which is focused on local development and sustainability. Clair Brown (University of California, Author of Buddhist Economy, Berkeley, California) talked about how to grow an economy that gives much more value to some aspects of life, like happiness (or some other Buddha principles) and what Long Term Economy and Buddhist economy have in common. Heidi Kharbhih (Management Team of the Economy for the Common Good St Anton am Arlberg, Austria) explained why today we need to think long-term and why today companies need to use the Economy of the Common good balance sheet to better cope with 21st-century challenges.