The Point Climate crisis adds to conflicts

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Climate change fallouts are engulfing people who haven’t received sufficient attention and assistance. The International Committee of the Red Cross, the ICRC, says countries that contributed least to climate crisis are getting hit the hardest. Many are suffering double damage with extreme weather disasters as well as armed conflict, like Afghanistan. What strategies can the ICRC adopt to hold off this looming humanitarian crisis? Will the world come together to help?

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