On a particularly busy corner in a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, the proprietors of a small cafe, Triniti of Silver, do a brisk breakfast, lunch, and coffee trade. Their menu declares their philosophy: “Only organic eggs of free- range chickens are used here; only paddock- reared pigs; only certified organic beef—we do not feel happy to encourage the inhumane treatment of animals.” Just one example of grassroots, intentional, ethical business decision making.
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“The single most important and pervasive moral obligation facing mankind is to ensure survival of a healthy planet for our grandchildren and theirs.”26 Do you agree? Why or why not?