In Hollywood movies the End of the World is always a spectacular event that plays out over a couple of hours. Cinematic CGI chaos affecting millions of people means that the viewer feels part of the key moments that ultimately lead to doomsday.
I have spent a lot of the past 25 years working on disasters and emergencies. During this time climate change has gone from a hotly disputed topic thought to only affect vulnerable populations on the margins in poor countries, to a ubiquitous threat.
Too many people, especially those in the West, repeatedly missed key moments on the climate crisis timeline. And now here we all are, staring at a clear and present climate danger.
If we were facing The End, what would you expect it to look like?
A major food crisis for 345 million people across more than 82 countries?