YES and a little bit no. Let me explain…
Yes, there are some human factors that are contributing to the decline of our natural resources. There are also some natural factors that just happen on our planet from time to time and naturally recover itself as well. There is good science to suggest both. Should we make changes to help cut down the depletion of our natural resources by human consumption? Sure! Why not? What we shouldn’t do is buy into the fear-mongering that if we don’t change we will destroy the planet for our children. That is obviously an unbiblical position.
Those that know the Bible know how this all ends. We know that Jesus returns to bring his people home. Doesn’t that suggest that his people do not die out by the depletion of natural resources before His return?? Does that mean we should be irresponsible with what we’ve been entrusted with? No, of course not.
Some creationists have been weary of global warming science due to the same assumptions being used in evolution science. They take a very small amount of historical data and extrapolate it out to virtually create a scenario that is unseen. Evolution does that to our past and global warming does that to our future. I understand their point and concern.
Some see global warming as an excuse liberals use to advance their agenda. Maybe there is some truth to that. Liberals are classicly known as being less biblically minded. Just as evolution science leaves God out of the picture, global warming science leaves God out as well. Biblically-minded Christians get concerned at both of these positions. We know that God is in control, and that He has a plan that no man can alter.
Should we do something about human over consumption? Yes, of course. Should we buy into a fear-mongering campaign about the end of civilization by some godless liberals? Of course not!