The Climate Pilgrimage is sharing a cry for climate justice all along its 1,500-kilometer journey. Conversations in cities and towns along the route is one way this cry is lifted up. Another call is shared in art.
AG Saño, a pilgrim on the journey, is an artist and a survivor of Typhoon Haiyan, which destroyed much of the Philippines five years ago and was linked to climate change.
AG is creating art like this along the route.
The pilgrims on The Climate Pilgrimage are bringing all of their gifts to the conversation on climate change. Their witness is clear–protect our common home and all who share it.