Collapse is not any single event. It is a complex intersectional process:
India is the world’s second largest producer of wheat and is the country with the largest population facing food shortages. Globally, food shortages have been made worse by natural disasters, the pandemic, and geopolitical tensions. Now, in the wake of a blistering heatwave, India has acted to protect its food security by banning wheat exports save to other countries experiencing food insecurity. A small taste of collapse compared to what will come perhaps, but is India’s an example of a national approach to justice in face of collapse?