I gave you a like but I see some potential differences. We are increasing the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. What overall affect it's having on our temperatures is debatable. But there's no denying that the earth has gone through ice ages and hotter weather in the past that weren't affected by mankind. Only history will tell the truth and none of us alive today will get an answer as to whether mankind actually did cause climate change.
This also has a shown affect on air movement and moisture distribution though.. which can create issues for those further inland. You change the rainfall for someone else down the airstream. It's all interconnected to a degree, and the larger we ramp up the scale the large those changes move and the greater the momentum behind them.
Yes.. the earth naturally changes.. We're talking Man-made Climate change though.. Which unless the earth wanted to toss us a loop, we're recording and tracking as happening faster than seen before with current analysis of past weather and climate.