Wilder winters, shifting weather patterns, stronger storms & hurricanes... you do realize that freezing and storming are all part of warming.
It’s every generations dream to build a better world, and as far as I can see, the world is in general, a. Better place today than it was 50 years ago. In general, obviously there are exceptions.
As for spending trillions of dollars to do so, sure, that is probably a great idea. Quetion is, will bankrupting our economy with rather ineffective carbon taxes do the trick?
I’d really like some more proof of that - I know how primitive our climate models are, and until someone comes up with a model that can accurately predict say, the last 10 years of planetary climate ( for which we do have records), I don’t really think the extreme examples produced by some models are worth the money. Spend the cash producing those models, and by all means, get the country energy independent.
Remember, there is plenty of evidence that ice ages come upon the planet quickly- there has to be a tremendous energy source to get all that water evaporated and up in the air so it can fall as snow. Global warming certaintly could be a mechanism that triggers that.
We simply do not know, and we should spend resources and treasure finding out the facts, then spend money doing things in a more controlled manner.
Off the cuff global engineering is as likely to cause a disaster as to prevent one.
In my opinion of course, YMMV.