Rather than adding additional bottom lines ad absurdam, maybe maybe we need a new economics, one whose theorems are based on collaboration, public goods, ethics, and the limits of the natural world? See the New Economics Insitute:
The urgency of shaping a new economy—one that is fair and sustainable, that functions within ecological limits, and takes into account people and cultures throughout the world—has never been more clear
Parts of it are already known and under way, from Wendell Berry to Amory Lovins, from community supported agriculture to Slow Money and Transition Towns. What is needed now is some entity to bring these various organizations and individuals together, to frame a common story, to tell it in multiple voices, to strategize the steps towards implementation, and to take collective action to achieve the transition.