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Libby Comeaux
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Libby Comeaux joined Les Squires's group
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Jan 2, 2012
Libby Comeaux is attending Lynette Marie Hanthorn's event
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The Downstream Neighbor at Colorado Heights University

January 27, 2012 at 4pm to January 29, 2012 at 12pm
This extraordinary weekend symposium brings together activists, scholars & contemplatives in dialogue around the Front Range connection to the South Platte watershed. Critical conversations about our water future will be guided and inspired by international voices for Earth, water and human rights: Maude Barlow and Elisabeth Peredo Beltrán. See More
Jan 2, 2012
Libby Comeaux posted a status
"helping to midwife The Downstream Neighbor Water Symposium last weekend in January. http://www.downstreamneighbor.org"
Jan 2, 2012
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Teach In for a Healthy Gulf at Mercury Cafe

April 20, 2011 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Local community can support the grassroots Gulf communities in lobbying Administration and Congress to allocate the fines collected from the deep ocean drilling disaster one year ago SO THEY ACTUALLY CAN REMEDIATE INJURED ECOSYSTEMS IN THE COASTAL AND MARINE ENVIRONMENTS.  An Act of Congress to use them this way is needed, unfortunately.  We are connected in our vulnerability and have an opportunity to show solidarity.See More
Apr 19, 2011
Libby Comeaux posted an event

Teach In for a Healthy Gulf at Mercury Cafe, 2199 California, Denver

April 20, 2011 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm
Local community can support the grassroots Gulf communities in lobbying Administration and Congress to allocate the fines collected from the deep ocean drilling disaster one year ago SO THEY ACTUALLY CAN REMEDIATE INJURED ECOSYSTEMS IN THE COASTAL AND MARINE ENVIRONMENTS.  An Act of Congress to use them this way is needed, unfortunately.  We are connected in our vulnerability and have an opportunity to show solidarity.See More
Apr 17, 2011
Libby Comeaux updated their profile
Apr 17, 2011

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
I am convening a conference in the Denver area on Saturday January 28, 2012, on the topic of The Downstream Neighbor, exploring how public decisions about water can be enhanced by considering them through the lenses of spirituality, cosmology, and the rights of natural beings including humans. I participate in various other activities as time is available. The Mississippi River is my bloodstream, I grew up on the Gulf Coast, and I strongly identify with this expanded watershed.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I want to be part of creating a vibrant, resilient, local community that takes responsibility for living lightly on the planet, deepening our compassion for all living things, and restoring vitality to the web of life. I want to support as rapid a transition as possible, with the broadest support for people in the process.
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
I have a network of relationships in my local community as well as some nationwide. My professional background is in law, primarily as a neutral decisionmaker; I am newly retired but accepting some part time work in that field. Recently, I have been studying the law related to Earth Jurisprudence, see www.earthjuris.org. My inclination is to study and write. I can also facilitate discussion groups and make presentations. Other background: experiences with eco-spirituality, sense of place, Genesis Farm, permaculture, Bioneers, Democracy School, and recent Gulf Gathering on Weeks Bay Principles.
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement?
I am in a process of settling back down from numerous changes. I need to get to know the flow of the group and recognize/ build relationships. I have commitments to ongoing projects I am working on and want to interweave them with helping to build the Transition movement.
Your Favorite Books/Websites/Blogs/RSS Feeds for Information about the Transition Movement
www.genesisfarm.org
www.earthjuris.org
www.beyondpesticides.org
www.endocrinedisruption.com
www.landinstitute.org
www.GulfFuture.org
Official Voice Communication: Skype from http://skype.com/download Add LSquiresSkype to your Contacts.
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At 12:07am on November 19, 2008, Kenzie Davison said…
hi Libby, Apologies for the slow reply. I keep on getting folks to do an Awakening the Dreamer symposium in Denver--and every time I'm directed to one going on in Boulder..hhmmmm...want to meet for tea soon? your casa or mi casa? sweet
At 9:19pm on November 10, 2008, Kenzie Davison said…
hey Libby, I like your pix with the dolphin..Where are you coming back from??
At 8:09am on November 10, 2008, Dana Miller said…
Libby-welcome!!!! Please, please, please join the Transition Denver group as well and come to our Mercury Cafe event this Friday night. You sound fascinating!
 
 
 

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