Of the thousands of climate activists who have flocked to COP26 in Glasgow, several groups came on foot. What makes the simple act of walking, in some cases for months, an effective means of protest and awareness-raising, and what did they hope to achieve through this modern sort of pilgrimage connecting communities, people and the land through which they slowly travelled? Two walking activists tell us more.
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The much-anticipated film of Will Bosi's first repeat of Burden of Dreams 9A is finally here. Follow his journey from working a lazer-scanned replica of the boulder to finally completing the world's hardest boulder problem on 12 April this year after...