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About Shannon Biggs

Shannon Biggs is the director of Movement Rights and the co-author of two books, Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grass Roots, and The Rights of Nature. She holds degrees from the London School of Economics and San Francisco State University and tweets @movementrights.

Articles by Shannon Biggs

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Clare Sambrook

Clare Sambrook, investigative journalist, co-edits Shine a Light.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Would you bulldoze your own temple?

"We are our land and our land is us." Hawaiians stand for a mountain.

No surrender: responding to the new breed of climate change in-activists

Waiting for death in the planetary hospice is not a convincing response to climate change: a response to Carolyn Baker.

Welcome to 'frackland': does a river have the right not to be polluted?

Hydraulic fracturing for natural gas or ‘fracking’ is one of the dirtiest forms of energy on the planet. Halting its destructive impact requires regulation and community control, but also something much deeper: the transformation of relationships between society and nature.

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