Natures balance and the equilibrium of our temperature is being affected by climate change. This temperature (im)balance has long-reaching effects on both the environment and people. Bluntly put, individual weather events cannot be linked to climate change (yet), however, the overall extremity of weather events taking place can systematically be proven and linked to climate change.
Other factors that this imbalance in temperature causes is: extremely high temperatures, higher seawater temperatures, less extreme low temperatures, increase in seawater levels, heavy rainfall, melting of snow, ice caps and permafrost.
The effect this has on society includes: hunger and water crisis, health risks from increasing temperatures (heat waves), economic impacts, pests and pathogens are spread, loss of biodiversity as species die out due to the inability to adapt to rising temperatures.