MICRO HUMAN addresses some of the prioritized Sustainable Development Goals shared by economic and political leaders, culture and education, transport and tourism as well as general public – it combines the shared universal goals of linking the prosperity of “big H´s” such as Human, Health, Habitat, History, Heritage and Hospitality. It addresses also the essential role of some of the basic sciences for sustainable development: microbiology, material science, medicine, meteorology, astronomy and anthropology. It attempts to achieve a concinnity of artistic, scientific and popular evidence that concerns the understanding of the interdependence between the human health, natural and cultural heritage, as mediated and exemplified by “aerialists” such as the air, the wind, the breeze or breath.