Climate-fueled weather creates unprecedented challenges for humanitarian groups

The World

This month, the world has hit average temperature records not seen for thousands of years, and deadly weather is wreaking havoc around the world. Climate disasters are happening on a scale that is hard to comprehend. But in each of these places, frontline responders are working tirelessly to save lives. Lily Caprani is chief of advocacy at UNICEF. She tells The World's host Carolyn Beeler about how humanitarian organizations are being fundamentally changed — and challenged — by climate change.

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