OHIAS's work is about educating, assisting and empowering all to live and work more harmoniously with nature and one another especially in our communities to avoid further and certain ruin of our planet’s finite life-sustaining capacity. A principal objective of our mission is to end waste
as we know it today.
Putting our so called waste to work ...
Putting people to work ...
Putting our community to work ....
Creating sustainable community benefit
for all people and planet ...
It's the RESPONSIBLE thing to do!
CLIMATE WARMING Adaptation and Mitigation Solutions
Adaptation and mitigation are two terms used to develop and communicate actions, objectives, goals and plans around the cause(s) and effect(s) of climate warming.
Even with the 2015 Paris Climate Conference and Agreement there's still disagreement and the debate between believers and nonbelievers. Yet for those who recognize the issue and the need for action seem to gravitate toward adaptation as a clear priority, seeing the need to address, adapt and protect our built environment (our communities, homes, businesses and infrastructure). This is understandable seeing the great potential loss and damage of both life and property if we don't act. So yes, adaptation is important but not more important than mitigation in terms of our living more responsibly and sustainably by way of better use (consumption habits) and management of our finite life-sustaining resources and capacity. Also important to this thinking is it's not all about mitigating carbon emissions as it is about mitigating our excessive consumption and enormous waste, the central causes. Many have embraced change yet our population and consumption continues to climb and grow to historic heights. So time is short considering the speed at which change is occurring and we need to attack both with the greatest URGENCY and tenaciousness as though our lives and health were at stake which we believe is true as NEVER before.
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