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Today on Your Call: How can communities organize to change local laws?
On today's Your Call, we’ll rebroadcast a conversation with Thomas Linzey, author of “Be the Change: How to Get What You Want in Your Community” and Shannon Biggs, author of “The Rights of Nature.” How can communities defend themselves from corporate interests? Are local laws the answer? How are you organizing for change in your community? And what changes would you like to see? It’s Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Thomas Linzey, environmental lawyer, co-founder of the Daniel Pennock Democracy School and the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, and author of “Be the Change: How to Get What You Want in Your Community”
Shannon Biggs, director of Global Exchange’s Community Rights Program and author of “Building the Green Economy: Success Stories from the Grassroots”