Adaptive Domes and Resources
In response to the rise in ecological disasters and their associated financial effects, GAIA Fan Club is preparing to build adaptive domes and Permaculture resources.
Bottom Up Reports
Establish Eco-Eco Balance
- What helps persons with MCS works for others too
- Hypoallergenic adaptive dome structures
- Lower healthy housing costs and boost supply
- Harden domes to resist fire, flood, wind, snow and other natural disasters
- Low maintenance high performance appliances
- Low cost appliance swaps or upgrades
- Independent off grid waste, water, and power utilities
- Permaculture design and upgrades
- Easy adaptable multi-use work from home utility
- Climate, fire, flood and wind resistant
- Inflation resistant
- Low maintenance
- Cost effective
- Self sufficient
- Great ways to interact with the able disabled
- Hypoallergenic adaptive dome structures
- Assessment of local value added projects can be based on proffered agreement
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Expand Income Opportunities
- Become a GAIA Fan Club (GFC) Member
- Join our barter credit exchange
- Learn about eco-eco relations
- Choose a path to learn more
- Sign up for pay-it-forward gigs
- Rent room and board with credits
- Apply to build your own dome home
- Build adaptive dome structures
- Grow market garden produce
- Sell surplus to local markets
- Prosper from GAIA Fan Club activities
- Accrue value in skills, products and property
- GAIA Fan Club inbound production dev
- Interface of technology and culture
- TimeBank project management
- Eco-Eco Village development
- Pay-it-forward site investment
- Sub-rural protection service
- Suburban markets sales and service
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4 Season Food Production
- Adaptive dome development
- Four-season greenhouse crops
- Soil & field enrichment
- Ecological boundary barriers
- Ecological remediation
Custom Ceramic Geodesic Dome Homes
B.C. Senior finally gets human response from the B.C. IDEA Program on 30 August 2023.
On September 2, it will have been more than two years since a septuagenarian with chronic medical conditions who was evicted, had to sleep in his car to avoid toxins in ordinary shelters because every shelter, public and private affects him. Going without the proper medical care, and having to put up with government action and inaction that continues to do nothing but add insult to injury.
Despite the fact that for more than two years, a number of government organizations as well as nonprofit agencies have filled affordable homes with women, families, immigrants, and otherwise healthy but substance-dependent individuals, but is still not enough to help men get what they need instead of fueling undue suffering.
In other words, there seems to be a definite bias against housing for unmarried, disabled, non-addicted, and senior men. Notwithstanding males with variant combinations of the foregoing, seniors with disabilities who like the rest, are somehow expected to survive independently regardless of illness like MCS.
Even though Canada's ranking in the world is skewed, it has not only abandoned long-term, tax-paying, native and/or born-in-Canada senior citizens; it has also put them in danger. This is so they don't have to choose between a slow or hasty death because the major treatment for environmental disabilities is to minimise exposure to toxins in the air, water, and food supply, all of which are present in shared dwellings. Therefore, who will keep them in danger or who can quickly arrange for appropriate accommodations for the 65 to 75 age cohort that was left out of the government budget due to a runaway hyperinflated economic adjustment?
2023 Habitat for Health Adaptive Dome Structures
Adaptive Dome Structures (ADS) are designed to be the most powerful, high-efficiency structures ever created. Stock steel struts, fasteners, coverings and other building materials from our suppliers are upgraded in a variety of ways to adapt the dome features to include interfaces of technology and culture producing a self-contained, synergistic habitat for health capable of delivering a combined effect greater than the sum of its parts. It is designed to be constructed in many locations or on our specially built geothermal foundations.
When an ecological or economic catastrophe occurs, the GAIA Fan Club has designed somethings that no one else has but that everyone will need. For instance, human beings and all other affected life forms will require assistance to recover based on immediate priorities and to prevent accelerated extinction level events when climate disasters and human infrastructure fail, resulting in ecological damage and economic hardships as a result of current propensity for overproduction, waste mismanagement and inappropriate suppression of competition.
As H4H continues to document its research and publish findings in video and PDF formats, the company plans to fund R&D as well as advertising. This will make it possible to create adaptive dome structures in the future. Also planned are the creation of a Patrion video channel for the online distribution of documentaries, a potential expansion of the GAIA Fan Club, and the filing of patents for brand-new customized widgets before they are commercially available.
Because of the aerodynamic design, metal framing, and range of exterior and interior material possibilities, Habitat for Health is presently accepting seed financing to prototype the adaptive dome structures, which can best endure wind, water, fire, earthquakes, and many other climate-related damages.
The structure uses a third less material to enclose the same amount of space as a typical wasteful building of the same size, thus discounting the finished product as compared to traditional building, even though some materials may cost more.
Despite the fact that Dome homes seem to be a part of the cottage, glamping, vacation rental, greenhouse, or storage industries, a new branch of more crucial need is emerging now to fulfill trillion-dollar recovery demands from increasing frequency of infrastructure disasters.
In other words, the Habitat for Health Adaptive Dome Structures cannot wait for funding from cutthroat investors or from inadequate government action. For first-come, first-served construction, join our GAIA Fan Club today.
Since eviction I live with out a home I can heal in, and a Doctor who is fluent in English who can see me at least every 3 months to track my diabetes, and has some knowledge of MCS to make sure new prescriptions and other types of exposure events are tested for efficacy.
As long as my income remains below the federal poverty level, I won't be able to fund or build a habitat for health, a place where I can recover from chemical exposures, or a place where I won't have to worry about unnecessarily being exposed to toxins.
My inability to present acceptable proof of income at the time of application has resulted in the majority of my housing applications being partially declined thus far. How, therefore, can one satisfy landlords with proof of income, ability to pay rent, or obtain funding to construct a permanent home?
My health care management was suspended following my eviction. Blood tests were not done since my doctor retired. I currently have to choose between the need to follow prescribed healing regimens that have previously worked and the risk of getting more unneeded, uncontrolled exposures that make me sicker in order to get BC Health Care.
I need a doctor who can help me resume management of my disabilities resulting from Multiple Chemical Sensitivities in as proficient a way as possible to what my previous Doctor provided for more than 10 years, and I need to resume asap to prevent any further degradation of treatment.
More importantly, I need someone to act on my behalf to fulfill administrative requirements without needlessly damaging my health by exposing myself to further chemicals.
In six weeks, it will be my second anniversary of being a sick, homeless person sleeping in a car, hoping for help as I painfully and slowly deteriorate.
News & Notes on Shelter, Medical and Nutrition Shortage in Victoria B.C.
Seeking Ways to Restore Civil Rights of
Disenfranchised Canadian Seniors with Disabilities
The Habitat for Health (H4H) Adaptive Housing project recommends building dome homes with steel-reinforced struts and a range of accessories designed to accommodate special needs of people whose lives have been disrupted by ecological climate induced disasters and economic conflict disasters like Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) due to exposure to pollutants that have accumulated exponentially since the industrial revolution and resulted in the serious consequences that all life is currently facing.
The power of the individual to shape the course of history may be one of the most underdeveloped of all natural resources. It is only by the agreement of individuals that the complex relations between Nature, government, business, and people can produce benefits of a developed, multicultural society.[Working Toward Sustainable Development, Brian Hack, 1998.]
Today Brian Hack is an individual of the lowest common denominator, to offer to shape the course of clear and present solutions to economic survival and climate change aka: (eco-eco relations) from the bottom up and diametrically opposite targets with respective ways and means to similar outcomes for existential survival from the top down historical global economic activities recently released in "Latest UN report on Climate Change." 
Q1. IDEA Program - Entrepreneurial Skills (Skills needed to operate the business)
1. Basic Finance Skills - 2023 Pro-Forma Estimates, responsive bookkeeping, financing cash flow, time-banking and barter.
2. Networking - from a library or home with a disability using and testing new and emerging technology, workshops and local events.
3. Speaking Confidently - on topics of climate change, ecology, economics, critical thinking about MCS, and Permaculture Author: Bill Mollison, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Mollison
4. Accepting and Acting on Feedback - Overall, the main outcome I'm hoping for is that the money that's currently budgeted and used to pay for seniors' living expenses while they wait for or look for appropriate housing will be used to pay for the costs of actually building or restoring the conditions that will allow people with MCS to live more affordably, in locations where they can manage the illness independently, and live with purposeful peace rather than worry and fear.
5. Recognizing Patterns - My research of relevant ecological and economical relations so far has led me to discover ways to better understand and accommodate persons with MCS from my personal experience. Findings and suggestions are constantly changing and posted at https://habitatforhealth.ca
Q2. IDEA Program - Entrepreneurial Traits (Entrepreneurial traits needed to be successful and motivated)
Building ecological and fiscal structures with the ability to scale up, work in groups, and/or Repair, Rebuild, and Rebound from the impacts of climate change or other natural disasters is the goal.
Basically, it is intended to build special needs homes and stronger, more climatically resilient structures, putting ecological outcomes before nonspecific economic concerns based experience, and documented proof of global bureaucratic cultures that are used to obstruct survival (sic. "Latest UN report on Climate Change.")
Q3. IDEA Program - Technical Skills (Skills needed to understand the industry)
The Habitat for Health focus is to research, design, construct, publish, and invest in the most affordable solutions for issues and opportunities in the areas of Agriculture, Employment, Housing, and Transportation for persons with MCS and like-minded people.
The GAIA Fan Club is designed to manage beneficiaries of projects motivated by common interests and diverse skill sets each using their time and TimeBanks to work for, work with, or join the GAIA Fan Club.
Basic cutting, assembly, fastening and finishing tools are already personally or community owned and may also be acquired via donations, advertising or product placements.
Q4. IDEA Program - Skills Gaps (Skills and knowledge gaps and strategy to overcome)
What our suppliers, journey-persons, apprentices and other GFC members are unable or unwilling to supply, we hire freelance specialists.
Projects by Habitat for Health continue to expand in scope as disproportionate increases are seen in the indicators of climate disasters and extinction level events. This is primarily due to observable facts:
- there is more discussion than action,
- valuable time is spent on distractions rather than solutions,
- data that clearly defines billion dollar storm repairs and economic consequences,
- indicators of Extinction Level Events are either repressed or distorted rather than promoting remedies based on fact and by eliminating fiction.
Costs of a New House Build in BC, for instance in Nanaimo and Victoria, is roughly $275–350 per square foot.
- the H4H baseline home suggested is 1,000 square feet of living space including year round indoor vegetable garden and internet research-based material source selection,
- strongest structure known to man, uses the least amount of material to cover the most amount of space, engineered as a permanent structure, and engineering is available if permitting is required.
- can be dropped shipped to most locations on the planet, assembled, and first crop seeds planted in less than a month after completion.
- investment reduction potential in the areas of agriculture, employment, housing, and transportation.
Habitat for Health GAIA Fan Club is positioned to use Brian Hack's MCS and life experiences to significantly affect the impact of cost reduction, health management, and safer buildings for today and the foreseeable future.
If government goals for housing include the following (and they do) then Habitat for Health domes are de facto temporary and/or permanent adaptable structures that can bridge the gap, because Habitat for Health builds adaptive dome structures, four season Permaculture food gardens, and work from home opportunities for disenfranchised, senior, and disabled citizens sufficient enough to meet housing, work and health essentials.
Goal 1: People in British Columbia have access to attainable and affordable housing
Objective 1.1: Deliver a refreshed housing strategy with new initiatives in urban, rural, and remote communities
Objective 1.2: Simplify and speed up approval processes for the housing sector
Goal 2: People at risk of or experiencing homelessness have access to appropriate supports and services
Objective 2.1: Improve coordination of services to deliver improved outcomes for people living anywhere a home can be built.
Objective 2.2: Expand homelessness supports to include temporary and long-term housing options to support people to move indoors.
Goal 3: British Columbians are supported with fair, efficient and effective rent and building protections.
Objective 3.1: Revitalize Residential Tenancy Branch service delivery.
Objective 3.2: Deliver a building and safety regulatory system that is coordinated, effective, and responsive.
GAIA Fan Club builds adaptive dome structures, indoor-outdoor four season Permaculture food gardens, and work at home opportunities for owners, tenants disabled and disenfranchised citizens.
Build, Plant, Grow, Sell, Earn From Your Own Adaptive Dome Home.
Follow our plan to save operating costs where you live now and use those savings to build your own H4H Dome Homes, learn, earn, participate and circulate GAIA Fan Club opportunities.
The IDEA Program accepted me on December 13, 2022. Eight months later, on August 30, 2023, I finally spoke to a human about the IDEA Program and learned that it had been cancelled.
On September 2, 2023 it will have been more than two years since I was a septuagenarian with chronic medical conditions who had been evicted, forced to sleep in a car because ordinary shelters contained toxins that affected me, went without the right medical care, and had to put up with government inaction that served only to make matters worse. This doesn't even consider the more than 30 years that I've spent studying how to treat Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, an environmental sickness.
The most amazing aspect of the disadvantage is that I found out how build the strongest structures currently known to man, using the least amount of material to cover the most amount of space, assembled to be stationary or moveable, provide year-round indoor gardens, and have a significant impact on cost savings, health management, and safer structures for the present and the foreseeable future.
What else needs to be said save the fact that issues only multiply when they are the focus of attention. However, you'll have more opportunities if you concentrate on the possibilities.
for a life based on facts
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