How long are we talking here?Historically the planet's climate has been relatively stable for long periods of time, and then periodically experienced sudden or accelerating change. Weather is always changing of course.
Based on what you said I would agree that 420 is more than 280 in 70 years. Saying that, thousands of years ago mankind, including the flora and fauna, apparently was doing fine at 280, and most everything seems to be doing fine at 420 today. I wonder what the CO2 levels were like for early humans, including flora and fauna say 50,000 years ago? Was it higher or lower than today? How high or low can it go. I don't think anyone knows with certainty.Yes, for many thousands of years the level of CO2 in the atmosphere was around 280+/- ppm .
The level of carbon in the atmosphere has increased to 420 ppm in the last 70 years.
Would you agree that it has increased .....whether right or wrong....it has increased?
Since I have never studied that I can't give you an answer, but I can tell you I've been sunburned more than once.Do you agree that infrared rays (heat) pass through oxygen and nitrogen unimpeded, and that CO2 absorbs infrared rays and then radiates the heat. ? You can verify this yourself by a simple high school level experiment at home if you dont believe what is written in text books.
At what point do you think all life as we know it will die? Judging from what I have seen and experienced in my life of 75 years, I think it is still a long way off. The mankind has more to be worried about before it dies out naturally, like transhumanism which seeks to replace it.Thus an increase in CO2 in the atmosphere of a planet being bombarded with infrared rays (aka the sun), all other things being equal, will lead to an increase in the temperature of that planet.
Time will tell.Then, it is up to you to conclude if a increase in the temperature of the planet is right and wrong ....and who it is right or wrong for.