The current data used to support the doomsday attitude of climate change is showing a recent uptick in temperature trends. There are a couple interesting bits here. First the climate scientists providing this data are drawing it from a very limited time in human history, and in relation to global history this is but a nano-second. It seems the climate scientists are interpreting this data with a young earth worldview, with how much weight they give a few decades of data.
The second bit would be what we are promised by God in His covenant with Noah. After the flood recedes God promises Noah in Genesis 8:22, "As long as the earth remains, there will be planting and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, day and night." So after this catastrophic event that no doubt altered the climate of the day (a severe reduction in land mass will drop global temperatures, since the lithosphere is what absorbs heat from the sun), God promises that there will be cold and hot. What I find interesting is how we immediately accept the transition from winter to summer in a calendar year and don't scream apocalypse, but when it appears to happen on a grander scale, we run for the hills. I am no scientist, but I would like to float (pun intended) the idea that perhaps if God designed the world to have annual seasons, he could just as well have designed age-seasons. Perhaps we are entering into a global summer and we are scared because we didn't realize we were in a global winter.