A revolution is occurring in the business arena: for many leading companies worldwide, social and environmental action is no longer solely about compliance or resource efficiency; it is about garnering competitive advantage. In this chapter, the author outlines a vision for the future in which business, government and civil society all work together, each doing what they do best, to create what none of them could achieve alone. He draws on many examples of such partnerships, such as the Water and Development Alliance (WADA) between The Coca-Cola Company and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), which is benefiting over half a million people globally. Green paths that the business sector can follow include: mainstreaming resource efficiency into operations; valuing natural capital; and leveraging the resources of the private sector against those of the public sector to multiply the impact. The free flow of creative knowledge and expertise through partnerships is essential to drive the social and environmental changes needed to ensure a vibrant and prosperous future.