Habitat for Health started up to incubate community efforts to work toward sustainable development. Here you can find ideas to help respond to local projects, disasters or work with like minded people to ease issues like climate change.
Eat fresh from your garden. Greenhouse indoors or out, big or small, horizontal or vertical. Save money, improve your diet, increase your choices all year long. Zero waste. We've got plans for you!
Zero Waste is a set of principles focused on waste prevention that encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products are reused. The goal is for no trash to be sent to landfills, incinerators, or the ocean.
H4H Blueprints are info resources designed to guide readers toward sustainable lifestyle choices. Here "sustainable" means what's good for you must also be good for Gaia. Blueprints help users understand more about eco-eco relations.
Stack, rack and pack tech because tomorrow you may have to move. Technology scaled for a tiny home also works in larger spaces. Discover benefits of convenience, efficiency, smaller footprint and similar functions.
All materials, organic and inorganic have a life cycle. The challenge is how to reconcile over, or under, management of resources. Buildings age, population grows, and technology changes faster than we can adapt. Imagine what we can do working together.
Projects based on organics include plants we grow to eat, decorate, wear, and filter indoor air. The blog includes curating, quoting, guest writers and staff editors. Blueprint topics in the organic category explain eco-eco relations with step-by-step instructions to act in sustainable ways.
The re:Search Directory project is a custom search service available until it opens to the public. Some startups rely on volunteers to work for free until funding can support jobs. The H4H startup offers commissions to all volunteers as well as creating work they want to do.
Member projects are specific to their own local community. The H4H vision is to connect members with people who want to help each other out. As Habitat for Health achieves its goals, resources for member projects become available. Our pledge is to help members get their projects done.
Imagine what we all could do together if we wanted to...