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Re: [hreg] How to build a sustainable lifeboat - Talk Weds 7pm

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  • Ariel Thomann
    Darn it, I wish I could go, but Scotty s beam-me-up machine is broken. Please gather up an extra set of handouts for me. If a DVD is available, please get
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 14, 2007
      Darn it, I wish I could go, but "Scotty's beam-me-up machine" is broken. Please
      gather up an extra set of handouts for me. If a DVD is available, please get me
      one and I'll pay you next time I see you. Thx!

      Ariel
      - We are all Human beings here together. We have to help one another, since
      otherwise there is NO ONE who will help.
      - All countries need a NO REGRETS strategic energy policy. Think ahead 7
      generations.
      ------------------------------------

      > How will our daily lives be changed by rising oil prices and climate change?
      > Are climate change and peak oil the icebergs to sink the Titanic of the
      > American economy? Do you have a lifeboat? Sandy will talk about building
      > lifeboats on Wedsnesday evening.
      >
      > Sandy Mathieu speaks to groups, large and small, about an option for survival
      > in the post-carbon period. She is actually creating a
      > sustainable village, not just talking about it. She has a
      > presentation about what she is doing now and her plans for the
      > future, and then we'll have time for a roundtable discussion. She will talk
      > Wednesday, August 15 with the Houston Socially Responsible Investing group.
      >
      >>Topic: Building a Lifeboat (Sustainable village)
      >>
      >>Speaker: Sandy Mathieu, Project Manager
      >>
      >>When: 7:00 pm, Wednesday, August 15, 2007
      >>
      >>Where: Unitarian Church, Fannin at Southmore, 5200 Fannin, Houston 77004
      >>
      >>Conveener of Houston Socially Responsible Investing Group
      >>Helen Shoup
      >>H Shoup & Associates, Inc
      >>713-728-4316 / 830-336-4525
      >>
      >
      >
      > Nan Hildreth NanHildreth@...
      > Houston 713-443-3104
      >
      > "An authentic movement is not a play for power - it is teaching and learning
      > writ large." "Now the world becomes our classroom, and the potential to
      > teach and learn is found everywhere. We need only be in the world as our
      > true selves, with open hearts and minds."
      >
      > "the simple choice to live with integrity can have far-reaching effects."
      >
      > Palker Palmer in Yes! Magazine
      > http://www.yesmagazine.org/article.asp?ID=796
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