Big Island Trip Report: Hiking Mauna Loa

Big Island Trip Report: Hiking Mauna Loa

I hiked Mauna Loa, the World’s largest (and currently active) volcano. It was a unique and challenging experience in a lot of ways. Trip Prep I landed in Kona on a Friday night and planned on doing the hike the next morning. I had made some homemade...
Repairing my iPhone 7

Repairing my iPhone 7

The ability to repair our consumer goods, especially electronics, should not be a luxury, it should be a right. Eighteen years owning a cell phone Cell phones have come a long way since the early days. I remember my very first cell phone. It was a Nokia brick phone...
Israeli American Council

Israeli American Council

We are the Future: Changes to Live Sustainably  I was invited to speak at an event hosted by the Israeli American Council. It was on a Thursday night in Santa Monica, and I can honestly say that my first instinct was to say no. I am loath to travel to the west side...

Interview with the Golden Gladiators

Middle school students in Quincy, MA, reached out to ask me questions about sustainable hygiene products. It was a little scary to be referred to as Mr. Levy, but if I’m being honest, I am old enough to have an eighth-grader of my own! Please see their initial...
Zero Waste Guy Update: A Spiritual Awakening

Zero Waste Guy Update: A Spiritual Awakening

A Spiritual Awakening Talk about two whirlwind weekends in a row! This past weekend was packed to the gills with spirituality, among other things. I attended a Passover Seder on Friday, hosted a Passover Seder on Saturday, and went to an Easter mass on Sunday!...
Zero Waste Guy Update: Earth Day

Zero Waste Guy Update: Earth Day

What’s New Last weekend was quite a whirlwind! I am an admin of Zero Waste LA, a Facebook group for people in SoCal who are looking for resources and a community of people who share their values for lives a mindful, waste-free life. This past Saturday, we tabled the...