This is a fairly bleak, but probably realistic, view of where we are headed in the near and midterm future - I share the pessimism. https://www.independent.co.uk/envir...end-human-civilisation-research-a8943531.html "It also argues that the detrimental impacts of climate breakdown, such as increasing scarcity of food and water, will act as a catalyst on extant socio-political instabilities to accelerate disorder and conflict over the next three decades. To usefully prepare for such an impact, the report calls for an overhaul in countries’ risk management “which is fundamentally different from conventional practice”." Will your children live in a warzone? Fighting over food, water, and land which is still above sea-level? Will they live in a democracy? We can already see an increase in authoritarianism and an eroding of democracy and rights. Will you have medical assistance in your last years? Yeah, but those extinction rebellion people, Stopping traffic in London for a few hours is just too extreme, innit?