When GAIA's ecological and human economical systems both fail, by-pass action is needed. As top down resources fail, Habitat for Health is positioned to incubate bottom up solutions to continue abatement and recovery.
At Habitat for Health, economics is the social science that deals with the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Economic theories include modern practice in economic systems. Theories include variations specific to desired outcomes.
GAIA First is an economic theory based on empirical evidence that GAIA does not accept cash or any human economic creations. GAIA will accept stewardship in exchange for human use of natural resources. GAIA's only conditions are that we consume natural resources in sustainable ways and recycle our toxic waste.
Habitat for Health (H4H) is built to support and promote Ecological and Economical (Eco-Eco) relations. We believe your time is valuable and GAIA's natural resources are too.
Habitat for Health eco-eco relations start here. Members in the GAIA Fan Club get access to our projects. H4H helps fund projects with credits, resources and recognition of completion.
Habitat for Health is a sophisticated project. It needs a content common denominator that's easy to integrate with a variety of media. The basic eBook page is a primary design template because the pdf format can be used in multimedia integrations.
Page Size: Letter 8.5 x 11 in - A4 210 mm x 297 mm
Layout: margins, columns, custom
Design: from supplied copy and images
Design: research images and write copy
Design: digital typesetting and image processing
Deliver: proof, package and 1st round of corrections
re:Deliver: additional rounds of corrections
The above general steps in production of print are well known. Johannes Gutenberg put a whole lot of monks out of work about 1439. He was the first European to use movable type. Among his many contributions to printing, the invention of a process for mass-producing movable type and the use of oil-based ink for printing books stand out.
Today the economics of printing and it's many technical improvements for more than 600 years continues to adapt to change. Habitat for Health's GAIA First© Economics project has rearranged the order credits for time worked to increase the options for redemption and thereby increase the value of your time on payday.
Multimedia Integration combines different content forms such as text, audio, images, animations, or video into a single presentation, in contrast to traditional mass media, such as printed material or audio recordings.
Habitat for Health supplies a full range of pro services from concept to project completion. Our specialty is to resolve technical issues that arise during production, post production and mixed media interface.
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Habitat for Health - Home [internal channels]
- On Job Training - network with like minded people
- Affiliate Program - build your list and upsell
- Earn credits - work on projects & build connections
- Start your own project or get hired on H4H projects
Habitat for Health - Blog [external channels]
- The Blog itself
- Gaia Fan Club Ezine
- Blog Social network channels
- re:Search and Link Share
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All positions in the company are contracts and paid after proceeds from sales are received. Commissions are derived from recurring memberships, listings, overrides and project consulting service contracts. Sales commissions are paid using PayPal.
All Non-Sales Members volunteer to work on project contracts and are issued credits based on time and counted in hours.
In all cases Credit Value is based on time and counted in hours. A minimum cash value of time and any performance or other value variable can be determined before, or gifted when a contract is signed.
Credits may be saved, reinvested, used to trade, or redeemed for cash as it becomes available. Since no money is paid before Credit Redemption, volunteers can choose from a variety of redemption options before tax. The GAIA First pay it forward Credit Valuation model eliminates front end deductions, retains value of time invested and allows exchange options before cash is paid.
Our GAIA First© Economic model issues credits for time volunteered. As projects get income, a percentage is paid to Habitat for Health. Payment amount varies according to project terms and conditions.
In trade, barter is a system of exchange where participants in a transaction directly exchange goods or services for other goods or services without using a medium of exchange, such as money. Volunteers who want to get paid cash must first register their Name or business with Federal and Provincial/State governments.