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Habitat for Health - Blog

  • Posting articles weekly since January 2000
  • Publish GFC Ezine Yearly since January 2001

  • Promote evergreen opportunities for GFC Members.
  • Equal opportunity Start from Scratch free program.

  • Promote maximum benefit to all concerned with bottom up, GAIA First eco-eco relations.
  • Raise funds from Memberships to establish and maintain research, development and consulting services.

GAIA Fan Club Projects

  • Create a sustainable 3-R project to establish evergreen opportunities and outcomes for GFC Members.
  • Raise funds from Memberships to establish and operate research, development and consulting services.
  • Incorporate Habitat for Health to operate both

Marla Spivak | TED Global 2013
Greta Thunberg | TEDxStockholm | November 2018

In this passionate call to action, 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg explains why, in August 2018, she walked out of school and organized a strike to raise awareness of global warming, protesting outside the Swedish parliament and grabbing the world's attention. "The climate crisis has already been solved. We already have all the facts and solutions," Thunberg says. "All we have to do is to wake up and change." The talk was presented to a local audience at TEDxStockholm, an independent event. TED's editors chose to feature it.

Greta's talk was posted on YouTube February 13, 2019. I found it later during the year. Habitat for Health's first Blog post was published November 19, 2019. Habitat for Health Blog opened January 3, 2020. The World Health Organization declared the outbreak a Public Health Emergency of International Concern in January 2020 and a pandemic in March 2020.

The video above is a 5 minute summary of a YouTube video.
The video above is a 17:33 minute summary of a YouTube news segment aired Jan. 27, 2021.

Current US Top Down Response to Climate Change

Habitat for Health is positioned to operate a bottom up response to climate change.

The video above is 16:55 minutes TED Summit | Aired 2019

Summary of the H4H Apiary Project

Habitat for Health is rolling out a new economic model this year to develop and test new ways forward. The GAIA First© Economics plan first appeared in the 2020 GAIA Fan Club Ezine. Today the Habitat for Health Blog continues operation as a research, publishing and consulting platform.

The Home site continues to operate like a digital property management firm online. The Apiary Project introduced on January 1, 2021 is now underway. The goal this year is to finance a bottom up 21st Century response to climate change. You're invited to join the GAIA Fan Club.

The 3 most urgent world wide tasks needing correction now are:
  1. climate change,
  2. COVID-19, and
  3. a stalled financial crisis.

Damage from climate crisis like floods, forest fires, and tornadoes happens. When they do, ways to fund repair become a priority. Climate crisis is a very real and present danger. It's because storms are becoming more frequent, more severe and more complicated.

Key Takeaways:

The Apiary Project is preparing a new economic approach:
  • Engage more people in more ways to stimulate economic growth in market economies.
  • If we truly want a more equitable, more prosperous and more sustainable economy, if we want high-functioning democracies and civil society, we must have a new economics.
  • The the good news is, if we want new economic outcomes, all we have to do is choose to have it.

Habitat for Health consulting specialty is help to accommodate persons living with:

  • (CFS/ME) Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis,
  • (ES/MCS) Environmental Sensitivities/Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
  • (FM) Fibromyalgia.


We help GAIA Fan Club Members to...

  • assemble small footprint container homes, geodesic domes and mobile structures for use and reuse,
  • outfit or retrofit them with newly developed or previously unavailable parts or equipment,
  • assist to meet or exceed building and land use codes in urban, suburban or rural locations,
  • provide temporary shelter where events of economic or climate disaster response is needed.