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Green pilgrimage network (GPN)
The vision is of pilgrims on all continents and the pilgrim cities that receive them, leaving a positive footprint on the Earth
June 5, 2014:
PRESS RELEASE: Green Pilgrimage Network partnership with R20 Regions of Climate Action
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Climate Action initiative for regional leaders has put pilgrim cities high up on its agenda through a new partnership with the Green Pilgrimage Network.
May 13, 2014:
Three Daoist pilgrim cities join the Green Pilgrimage Network
Three Daoist pilgrim cities joined the Green Pilgrimage Network last month, at a Daoist ecological meeting in the remote city of Ziyang in the Qinling mountains.