importance function from randomForest package output explanation

I've been using the importance() function from the randomForest package in R but I couldn't understand what does the first two variables in the output represent.Currently I'm using the random forest for predicting a binary classification and my output variable's name are 0 and 1. Here's the output of the function:

0           1 MeanDecreaseAccuracy MeanDecreaseGini
c_heavi        0.071845686  0.49215788         0.3987539746     0.1841476135
c_meet         1.794639270  0.70902200         1.6953022156     0.3745302757
c_time         0.773390581  0.67278790         0.8795774923     0.8383488173
p_communic    -0.684529840  0.29631260        -0.2075788552     0.0910556260

What does the first two column represent ("0" and "1")? Also what is the unit of measure used in "MeanDecreaseAccuracy"?

Thanks everybody for the help, and sorry if its a dumb question but I've been searching for a while with no results.

Copied from importance function details:

Here are the definitions of the variable importance measures. The first measure is computed from permuting OOB data: For each tree, the prediction error on the out-of-bag portion of the data is recorded (error rate for classification, MSE for regression). Then the same is done after permuting each predictor variable. The difference between the two are then averaged over all trees, and nor- malized by the standard deviation of the differences. If the standard deviation of the differences is equal to 0 for a variable, the division is not done (but the average is almost always equal to 0 in that case). The second measure is the total decrease in node impurities from splitting on the variable, averaged over all trees. For classification, the node impurity is measured by the Gini index. For regression, it is measured by residual sum of squares.