Why do you list the organizations that represent all those unrelated scientists, even groups that aren't scientists at all like the medical associations, but then discount disagreement by the members of those groups?
There is a reason a lot of prominent physicists don't agree with climatologists on the prospects of global warming. Physics is the foundation for climatology, and they've got the physics wrong in their studies that supposedly prove it.
The runaway effect is debunked, flat impossible. It's "proven" by pointing to Venus, there is no corollary between the two planets and no amount of emissions on our part could ever create one. Venus recieves a comparably massive amount of solar energy, and the 95% CO2 atmosphere isn't the cause. It's about 90 times thicker than Earth's atmosphere. The crust is also significantly thinner, despite this and being close enough to recieve twice the solar energy we do here, it's only about three times as hot.
CO2 is being labeled a forcing effect, despite monumental evidence to the contrary. Water holds less gas at higher temperatures so as the earth warms, CO2 is released into the atmosphere in massive quantities. This would mean the increases follow warming trends, not cause them. Ice core records show CO2 increase proceeding warming trends, not preceeding them, a supposed proof that shows the opposite.
The theory itself is it's own debunking force. We're going to suffer a catastrophic buildup of CO2 over the next few centuries because CO2 in the upper stratosphere can last for centuries. That would be global cooling, not warming. CO2 in the lower troposphere has a half-life under ten years. The very place we might need to be concerned about a substantial buildup, is the only place we never have to worry about it sticking around.
The models that show warming have to be manually edited to match previous temperatures, and they've been 100% wrong and need manually edited every year afterwards as well. You do know they've admitted this right? They've basically said they have no fucking clue and can't explain anything. They got the models to all agree, but they can't actually predict anything.
All of this should be obvious to anyone with even a rudamentary education in physics and just a passing glance at the ice core records they constantly tout as proof.
If the stratosphere starts warming up from increasing CO2 levels, then I might be thinking I have something to be concerned over, but it wont be a warming effect. On the upshot, skin cancer wouldn't be a problem anymore.