It's Tomorrow aims to sensitize the audience about climate change and global warming. It is a wake-up call to the world. The one-and-a-half-hour film explores what a worst-case scenario might look like and gives a glimpse of the kind of floods and other natural disasters that might visit us in future. The Earth introduces itself in the film and talks to the audience about its current state and what it is experiencing due to climate change. The film is a political drama revolving around the climate change phenomenon around the world. It has political giants, renowned scientists and actors playing minor roles throughout the film. Interestingly, the movie has the Earth talking to the audience directly and telling them about its plight caused by climate change and answering the question "Is it Global Warming or Global Cooling?"