5 Ways to Buy Groceries AND Create Zero Waste!


Check out Annie’s post on how to create less to no waste while grocery shopping!  Groceries stores that attempt to be waste- and packaging-free are starting to appear in different places around the world. Germany is set to open its’ first this year, Denver is working on opening one by 2015, and Texas’ in.gredients has been […]

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Would San Diegans like Paris?


Our latest intern team member Laurie decided to take this question head on! There are lots of things that we LOVE about San Diego… how would we do outside of SD?  Wait, is Paris sustainable? That’s actually a great question! And let me tell you one thing guys, it would be very interesting to know […]

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Ever feel like the couple above? Yeah. Tell us about it. Today’s post is by Scandinavian Maria. Read on! I’d like to write a little bit about the role of cognitive dissonance when it comes to sustainability. Cognitive dissonance is a frequently used term within social psychology, and refers to a situation involving conflicting attitudes, […]

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We present you, Tumblr reader, Lauren! You may have seen her cycling around Ocean Beach, finishing up a yoga class with a smiling “namaste” or movin’ and groovin’ the food and bev scene in San Diego! Get to know this woman!  Hello, sustainable family! Lauren Autenrieth (think “autumn-wreath”) here, the newest intern at The 1:1 Movement. […]

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Off the Grid! From our latest 1:1 bestie, Kelsey, here’s a report on 1:1’s first college mixer. Read on! Hello, folks! As some of you were lucky enough to experience and know about,Rob Greenfield –  the nationally-recognized naked cyclist who conducted an “off the grid” cycling adventure in the name of sustainability – was nice enough to grace […]

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Saturday Exploration: Little Italy’s Farmers Market


This post comes to you from Ms. Natalie, Oklahoma native… San Diego transplant… farmer’s market investigative journalist.  Every Saturday morning, the farmer’s market in San Diego’s Little Italy neighborhood is bustling with folks from all walks of life. Mothers scan the produce looking for the freshest veggies to cook for tonight’s dinner. Young couples hit […]

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