As we may know, lohasians choose greener and more generous forms of production and consumption. They feel that it is more appropriate to the conditions of development in the 21st century.
Seen from another point of view, LOHAS is the latest term to describe some cosmopolitan lifestyles. It is reported that currently in
Sociologist Paul Ray has the neologism ' LOHAS ' for the marketplace of companies and consumers who are motivated by health, environmental and ethical concerns and try to practice 'responsible capitalism' in response.
The full range of its holistic details is precisely vast, from wind turbines, solar heating to aboriginal knitware and spas. Its enthusiasts practice distinct lifestyle, such as wearing natural fabrics (raw cotton or silk), not using plastic bags, not smoking, consuming organic foods, and not driving for some day in a week.
Is it just a trend? I don’t know so. Anyway, time will answer this question. What do you think folk?