OHIAS' mission is to educate and empower people everywhere to live responsibly, just and sustainable as our natural world requires.   We believe and many will agree  sustainable communities are the foundation stones and life blood of a sustainable planet.

Question of our day.

Are we not obligated knowing all we know about ourselves and our natural world to live responsibly, just and sustainable as our natural world requires.

What's more important than our HEALTH?

If you have ever had a life threatening experience and survived you're likely have a heighten appreciation for (good) health. It's like all of a sudden one's money, stuff and resume become significantly less important and one's value for wholesome living (give and receive) is often elevated and life-preserving. It seems something is wrong in our world when it takes a life-threatening condition to open our minds and demand we reassess our life's values and priorities.


Today our world is experiencing unprecedented global changes for which we have caused and continue to cause. Yet so far we have done little more than sweep the notion of any urgency under the carpet. If this singular global issue was considered urgent and important the Paris Agreement wouldn't have been lax in allowing 5 years to lapse before evaluating progress of nations and none are bound to any specific results. This is made further evident with our continued and overriding expectations by nations and big business for more growth, more business as usual, bigger profits and bonuses, and more unsustainable (excessive) and unhealthy consumption. OHIAS asks, where's the urgency?


OHIAS believes there's nothing more important in our world than living and working sustainably while preserving (natural harmony) the remaining life-sustaining capacity of our only home, planet Earth.


NASA image - The blue marble

Our one and only living planet is experiencing a rapidly declining capacity to sustain life. Not because there are too many of us necessarily, its because we consume excessively with too little conscientiousness around the dire implications of unsustainable living (lifestyle).

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