Will you survive a world severely battered by climate change?

MANILA, Philippines — We saw how Typhoon Yolanda, the strongest to ever hit land, claimed the lives of thousands of people and left unimaginable destruction in the Visayas region over three years ago. If experts’ predictions turn out right, Yolanda would pale in comparison with disasters in a world severely battered by climate change. The Philippines is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change. That’s why along with 174 other nations, it signed early last year the monumental Paris Agreement to combat global warming. (READ: 175 countries sign Paris climate deal — UN) But what if one day you wake up to find that we’ve lost this battle? How will you cope? How long will you survive? Find out by taking our quiz. — Rappler.com Design by Nico Villarete

MANILA, Philippines — We saw how Typhoon Yolanda, the strongest to ever hit land, claimed the lives of thousands of people and left unimaginable destruction in the Visayas region over three years ago. If experts’ predictions turn out right, Yolanda would pale in comparison with disasters in a world severely battered by climate change. The Philippines is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change. That’s why along with 174 other nations, it signed early last year the monumental Paris Agreement to combat global warming. (READ: 175 countries sign Paris climate deal — UN) But what if one day you wake up to find that we’ve lost this battle? How will you cope? How long will you survive? Find out by taking our quiz. — Rappler.com Design by Nico Villarete