You must change the word order:
Not only has the world changed, but, in particular, also have we
To add emphasis, we can use not only at the beginning of a clause.
When we do this, we invert the subject and the verb:
Not only was it raining all day at the wedding but also the band was late.
Not only will they paint the outside of the house but also the inside.
When there is no auxiliary verb or main verb be, we use do, does, did:
Not only did she forget my birthday, but she also didn’t even apologise for forgetting it.
- Cambridge Dictionaries
I have a slight problem with the "in particular" bit, though. It's rather clunky and really needs the other inversion "also have we" ("we have also" might work, but it's tempting to expect the sentence to continue "we have also done...)
If I was writing it I think I'd put
Not only has the world changed but, in particular, so have we.
Using so instead of also. It's shorter and directs the emphasis to the end. (Though you still need the second inversion.)