Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS | More According to the 2015 Urban Mobility Scorecard, in 2014, congestion caused 6.9 billion hours of travel delay and 3.1 billion gallons of wasted fuel, equaling a cost of more than $160 billion. Put another way, our cities need to build infrastructure that supports…

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The right and left wings of the US need to start working together. Together they can bring balance back to this country. Everyday I read in the news about issues we should all be fighting over. Lately the stories about Kavanaugh are gobbling up every headline. People are sitting on the edge of their seats…

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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS | MoreIn this episode, Laura and Adam explain what the Social Progress Index is and how it compares to the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) as a measure of a countries health and well-being. GDP is a sum of the value of all goods and services…

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I always thought the EPA was put in place to keep our environment and the people in it safe. So when I hear in the news that the EPA had to be forced by a court order to issue a ban on pesticides known to be harmful to people, I am utterly confused. Add to…

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Located in the heart of downtown San Diego, the San Diego Rescue Mission offers 10 different programs serving the local homeless population including 3 meals a day, short term and long term housing, job training and more. Want to help? They run entirely on donations so please consider making a donation today. A donation of only $41…

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Today, I want to recognize companies that have made changes towards being sustainable. We often here from businesses that taking chances on sustainability is risky and expensive. Businesses fear a move to sustainability will cause them to lose customers. I say enough. Customers are no longer mindlessly buying goods and services. We are educated and we are aware. Brands that don’t make…

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Recently, I have developed what I have been jokingly referring to as sustain-o-brain. Most of my day is spent thinking about sustainability. Everything I do gets the sustainability examination. For example, on a recent fishing trip to the McCloud river, I kept wondering how much of an impact us fisherman are having on the waters…

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Yesterday, I was having a conversation with a friend who was talking about how impressive it was that some people could seemingly be getting so much shit done! People in positions of power in business, for example. People who work all day and have energy for fundraising events after work, and who are writing books,…

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If you are wondering if your organization can or should become a Certified B Corporation, the answer is yes, so keep reading. If you are wondering what a B Corp is, keep reading. This article should help clarify what B Corps are and why you should buy B Corp goods and services. B Corp is…

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A big part of my hope for Live to Sustain is that we can have a positive impact on peoples purchase habits. I want to promote companies that are interested in making the world better. This is why I buy B Corps. Taken directly from the B Corporation website https://www.bcorporation.net/what-are-b-corps, here is the definition of what…

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