Not so long ago, hybrid cars were a rarity, usually driven by people who looked like they had just returned from a few days at Woodstock. Now hybrid cars are driven by suburban moms and can be found parked next to SUVs at soccer fields. The same can be said of recycling. Who doesn’t recycle now?Little by little, active concern about how we treat the world around us has moved from the left of center to the mainstream. Now savvy restaurant businesses are playing a part in that evolution—and ...
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