Learning and Teaching Sustainability

The Case for Eating Meat

By Laura Weatherbee | July 29, 2019

Earlier this year I wrote an article called 7 Good Reasons to Eat Less Meat, and shared some of the ethical, practical, and economical reasons why cutting back on meat consumption is a good idea. When it comes to sustainability, there’s no question that reducing animal agriculture is good for the planet, and for our…

IMPORTANT: Wearing the Right Sunscreen

By Adam Cunningham | April 28, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More Wearing the wrong sunscreen could be lethal for you and the natural world. Chemical sunscreens leach into your body and have been found in blood, urine and breast milk. In Hawaii they have gone as far as banning certain sunscreens. The ban…

Fast Fashion is Not Sustainable.

By Adam Cunningham | April 26, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More Can you believe that about 11 million pounds of textile (clothing, etc) goes to the landfill each year? On average each year in the U.S., we are throwing away 80 pounds of clothing per person. Fast fashion is killing our environment. It…

Protected Bike Lanes

By Adam Cunningham | April 25, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: 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…

My Auto-Immune Story

By Laura Weatherbee | April 24, 2019

The Beginning I noticed the first marks in late November – a couple of red, itchy spots around my ankle. I had been to the desert recently, hanging out with some mangy dogs and doing yoga, so I figured maybe I’d gotten a couple flea bites. I didn’t worry too much about it, but several…

Trash: How Much Trash Are You Throwing Away?

By Live to Sustain | March 25, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More Let’s be honest. We have a trash problem. Every year there are more people, and every year we have more trash to throw away. But what exactly are you throwing away? In our latest episode, we talk trash. Last month we both…

How to eat more sustainably in 2019

By Adam Cunningham | January 26, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More This month we talk about cultured meat, meal planning and global food. Have you heard of the Impossible Burger but are not sure what it is? In our latest episode, and first of the year, we talk about lab grown foods. In…

Looking back at 2018: The Year in Sustainability

By Adam Cunningham | January 5, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More At Live to Sustain we hope you had an amazing 2018! If you have not listened to any episodes yet, our last episode for the year, “Looking back at 2018: The Year in Sustainability”, is a great place to start. In this…

Life in San Diego – 2 Years Later

By Laura Weatherbee | January 5, 2019

I can’t believe it’s been two years since I moved to San Diego after living in New York City for over a decade. I left New York at a time when I was really depressed, dealing with a difficult break-up, and searching for a new direction in my career and life. Two years later, I’m happy to report that things have worked out really well, and I’m loving life on the West Coast. I’m about halfway through the Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine program at Pacific College, newly engaged, and starting to feel more at home here in San Diego.

The interesting results from a year of meditation

By Adam Cunningham | December 20, 2018

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More At the start of 2018 Laura and I set a goal to meditate everyday in 2018. Listen to our latest episode to see if we hit our goal. Everyone should give meditation a try. It is much easier than you think. At…

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3 Reasons To Love People Tree

By Laura Weatherbee | March 30, 2019

Oliana jumpsuit in Balboa Park When it comes to sustainable fashion, the best thing is to avoid buying brand new items, and shop second-hand as much as possible. That being said, we do shop for new items sometimes, and we strive to support companies that are making a positive impact…

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Trash: How Much Trash Are You Throwing Away?

By Live to Sustain | March 25, 2019

Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS | More Let’s be honest. We have a trash problem. Every year there are more people, and every year we have more trash to throw away. But what exactly are you throwing away? In our latest episode, we talk…

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Some of our favorite sustainable snacks

By Adam Cunningham | February 10, 2019

As part of our mission to learn and teach sustainability, we are always looking for new food brands that are “sustainable”. We want to buy from companies that care about people and the planet as much as they care about profits. We have created some sustainability rating criteria that we…

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