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Intercross-The Podcast, Launches Special Season

11/04/2021 3:32 PM | Anonymous

Intercross is launching a special season of podcasts starting November 4, 2021. In episode #117, Intercross goes deeper to tell the stories about the people and the work of the ICRC throughout the world, and also talked with experts about today’s biggest humanitarian challenges. Leave a comment, email our editor Niki Clark, or contact us via Twitter. Don't forget to subscribe to Intercross wherever you listen to your podcasts. 

Right now, world leaders are in the Scottish city of Glasgow for COP26 – the United Nations climate change conference. 
The stakes could not be higher. 
Sea levels are rising. Heatwaves, droughts, floods, and wildfires are more frequent, more intense, and threatening the survival of humanity.
In a brand new episode, we hear from our communications colleague in London, Sam Smith, who’s been closely following this story for the past year, writing about the very real human impacts of climate change in a conflict zone. 
He talks to ICRC experts on the ground, in some of the most climate vulnerable places in the world and asks, What happens when climate change and conflict collide? 

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Mark November 18th on your calendar for the next episode. Here's a little more on that one: 

In this episode, we meet Walter, an American Red Cross volunteer in the state of Missouri who works as a therapy leader for incarcerated veterans. Along with the American Red Cross, we delve into the challenges that many face coming out of the military service, and the services the American Red Cross is providing to those who find themselves incarcerated in the U.S.

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