"On 5 September 2021, with the banging of drums, flags flying and a blessing in our ears, I set off from London on a 56-day, 500-mile interfaith climate justice pilgrimage – walking and talking and sleeping on church and hall floors in 48 different places – arriving in Glasgow the day before the COP26 climate conference started. It was the culmination of months of work on a project we called ‘Camino to COP’.
"I had never before done a multi-day hike – in fact, I wasn’t really much of a walker at all (and this year I hit sixty), which begs the question: why take up the crazy idea of walking all the way to COP26? I guess the answer lies in my faith…"
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