I most rational people don't disagree that the climate is changing - of course it is - its a natural process that occurs over the span of decades and centuries. It gets warmer, it gets cooler, then it gets warmer again.
Where I think the political alarmist climate change fanatics got it wrong or exaggerated is that its substantially influenced by man-made activity. What stinks about all this are the gaps in scientific integrity corrupted by politically motivated research funding and the political policies based on corrupted scientific data to drive policy, economics, and taxation in an unnatural way and those so-called world leaders who load their bank accounts with the plunder.
Nature has a remarkable way of bringing things back into equilibrium. More carbon-dioxide in the air - trees and plants grow faster and sequester the excess CO2. Someplace gets too hot - more evaporation generates cloud cover reflecting excess heat into space and storms turn thermal energy into kinetic energy.
Still, we have a responsibility to be good stewards of the planet we call home so some of the economic change.