Imagine a place where women must average seven children in their lifetime while risking infection from a fatal sexually transmitted disease (passed to the human population by eating other primates) that has left almost seven percent of those children orphaned.
This place experiences extreme climate shifts, cyclically throwing vast numbers of people into chronic starvation.
This place is home to some of the last of the 380 wild mountain Gorillas, two of which were just eaten.
This place has a ruler who is about to turn over to developers nine more tropical forests to grow biofuel stock (sugarcane and palm oil) instead of food.
Welcome to Children of Men in real time.