Accepting or rejecting a precept, whether it be Creationism or Climate Change, should be based on the evidence at hand. The evidence does not support Creationism. There is no known physical mechanism by which God could create the universe as described in literally 7 days.
That's not to say it didn't happen. It the evidence just points to "no".
On the other hand, atmospheric CO2 concentrations are rising according to the majority of accessible measurment methods and there has been no parallel increase in volcanic emissions or other natural sources of Carbon Dioxide. Therefore it is a reasonable postulation that the sources are from the liberation of carbon sequestered in fossil fuel deposits by industrial and transportation consuption.
Carbon Dioxide has been demonstrated to be permeable to visible light, but impermeable to infrared radiation. Models of increased CO2 in the atmosphere indicate that this will have some form of effect on the global environment, likely a more energetic system.
Taken together, this indicates that climate change is likely occuring. However, as a past NASA administrator mentioned, to much media ballyhooing, it is not known if the effects of climate change will be good or bad, simply that they will occur if our present behaviour continues.