Well, not the whole world, just the culture of economic growth at any cost with money the goal in all cases. (Economic growth wouldn't be so bad if organisations had to clean up their own messes, pay in full the true costs of their operations and stop pushing their 'externalities' onto the community.)
Of course there are other cultures out there aside from so-called 'post-industrial free market democracies (PIFMAD). In the past, when a civilisation or culture (eg ancient Rome) reached its use-by date, there was always a younger, more aggressive, less sclerotic culture (eg barbarians, huns, visigoiths, ostrogoths and assorted hairy peoples) just waiting to jump in and replace the old with the new. Not any more. Today, many if not most (and ultimately all) potential replacements for PIFMAD are emulating PIFMAD. A process of global McDonalds-isation you might say.
Climate change is the least of our worries. Climate change is happening, and it's big and scary, but our species may not live long enough to experience the worst effects. Are we not aware of rapidly accelerating trends of self-harm, especially among young people, including but not limited to self-mutilation, suicide, anorexia/bulimia, substance abuse, rage and violence? Or the rapidly acceleration of child abuse among younger and younger parents less and less able to cope? Or the death of professionalism in most spheres of human endeavour? Or the wilful self-blinding of politicians, judges and regulators of all stripes?
It's happening people. Witness the triumph of lies, greed and self-absorption over truth, meaning and purpose. A species extinction event, but this time not at our hands, but of ourselves. Question is, what are we going to do about it? Another question is do we want to do anything about it? Another is, should anything be done about it? Personally I think it's already too late.
Organisations such as the voluntary human extinction movement have got it right. We won't pee a PEE (planetary extinction event) but we'll see plenty of SEE's (species extinction event) including our own. And good riddance, I say.