Sustainability

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About the Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability (LOHAS) market:

(from http://www.sustainatopia.com/lohas/about)

LOHAS describes an estimated $290 billion U.S. marketplace for goods and services focused on health, the environment, social justice, personal development and sustainable living.

Research shows that one in four adult Americans is part of this group—nearly 41 million people. These consumers are the future of your business and also the future of progressive social, environmental and economic change in this country.

The industry that serves these consumers has been identified in a research report by The Natural Marketing Institute and given the moniker of Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability, or LOHAS—a market conservatively estimated at $290 billion in the U.S., and growing.

Cultural Creatives are the basis of the LOHAS market. LOHAS is not a sexy acronym, but one that we think aptly describes what this movement, and our mission, is all about.

The interconnections between global economies, cultures, environments, and political systems play a large role in the holistic worldview of the typical LOHAS Consumer, but equally important are the interconnections of mind, body and spirit within individuals.

This focus on Personal Development, with the ultimate goal of achieving his or her full human potential, is of utmost concern to the LOHAS consumer. The current growth in this market group strongly supports the notion that spirituality is no longer relegated to the New Age periphery but is undeniably migrating to the center of mainstream cultural awareness.

 

2 thoughts on “Sustainability

    1. Yay! We just got back from the SF Green Festival and were shocked to see NO solar panels there. They did have the EV cars from Ford, but it was mostly just gluten free snack foods. I think we need renewable energy more than a “Brussels Byte” snack…don’t you?

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