No, I am a geologist, a geochemist. There is climate change, which at the moment manifests through a warming period, a "flow" of the tide that has been happening since roughly the late 1700s (which itself was a reversal of an ebb period). I am not convinced that the climate will retain its predicted secular warming trend as far into the future as a "global warmist" would claim, and I definitely do no agree that climate change is, in its very nature, of itself, "bad". It will be hard on some life, absolutely. Therein lies opportunity for other life.
I do agree that our CO2 discharges are not insignificant. I question the extent of that significance though.