Our planet’s very fiber and fabric of life is being destroyed so fast today scientists from around the world have issued two dire warnings to humanity, our health and all life on Earth is at stake. Either we are not listening or it's our selfish ignorance of the needs of our living planet and others.

There's just one solution we can count on today —making our planet's health our first and foremost responsibly, by living  just and sustainable, as one people and planet. This is our challenge today, as tomorrow will be too late to assure our children's future health and justice is better, not worse than today!




1 able to be maintained at a certain rate or level –  conserving an ecological balance by avoiding depletion of natural resources

That certain rate or level mentioned in its definition can only be assertained by comparing

OHIAS believes sustainable (healthy) living can not be attained by one's financial capacity to purchase products and services like an electric car or solar powered electricity, it's far more about how one lives (lifestyle) within our planet's finite capacity to support and sustain life indefinitely.  Today many in our world are consuming many times more than our planet can support while some are left to forage through waste bins and landfills to survive. This and more is unjust and unconscionable. Our world today is already threatened by excessive consumption and depletion, pollution (destruction) and inequality. True sustainability translates into an improved quality of life (well-being): richer, fuller, happier and healthier life for all. This is what we must work towards with the greatest urgency, like the health and quality of life of our chrildren depended upon it .

We (our world) are already consuming far more than is sustainably and our numbers and consumption are soaring to new heights.

We need to embrace change today as an opportunity to improve quality of life for all inhabitants not just the rich.

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