You don't seem to understand what you read very well. Obviously you rely on headlines rather than building up a personal storehouse of data over the years. For example, you cite the article purporting to show an increase of foliage etc. but even a cursory read of that one article shows the word could being used prominently and not the words will be!
The article cites a resultant CO2 fertilization effect in arid regions COULD happen if the plants received water! Sadly as temperatures rise, arid regions will be receiving less rainfall (characterized in the climate refugee crisis at present). You mistake theoretical research for concrete projections I'm afraid! Furthermore, you seem unaware of current research that have already shown that only certain types of plants (crops) benefited from increased CO2 fertilization while others do not resulting in lower crop yields. Attempts to prove out CO2 fertilization were carried out by a university where two adjacent plots of land were isolated by plastic tenting with one plot received additional CO2 and the other a control that showed that at projected levels increased CO2 decreased foliage in various species and increased it in others but only up to a certain point. One must also project the negative effects of excess heat and dry conditions. Thus the earlier estimates that increased CO2 levels would result in increased foliage have not been borne out by subsequent research. Once again the article you cited (or the headline of the article anyway) does not make the claim that you do. It says plainly that an increase in foliage could occur if the plants in arid regions received water which sadly they will most likely not be doing so.
If the present decline in Arctic sea ice is not a dramatic enough effect in your mind, I repeat that it most certainly is in my mind. You can read and have commented over the months on many articles but apparently you've not retained the data I guess. Whether it is a Northwest Passage or the advent of Arctic drilling, you seem to be reliant on new headlines rather than learning for yourself and understanding what you've learned.
A few dramatic effects that are evidence that climate change has already taken off.
A decline by 1/3 of plankton resulting in 'bluer seas' as seen from space.
Excessively warmer Arctic temps by 11F to 13F degrees on average, resulting in less 'white' (snow and ice) and more greenery and open water in the Arctic.
That vast areas of the north's permafrost are melting is a given already and the reality of permafrost no longer being permanent alone is a shocker but the complete collapse of the Arctic permafrost layer has not yet happened. That it has begun is inescapable and a very dramatic effect.
A slowing of the thermohaline Gulf Stream drift is already occurring.
The Southern oceans off Antarctica have reached near saturation levels of CO2 and are no longer able to sequester it in their lower levels. Furthermore stratification has occurred in deep water preventing the movement of CO2 infused waters down to lower depths.
We have seen winterless winters in the continental USA which have resulted in early springs which have a detrimental effect on animal species etc.!
If these plus recent January temperatures of 65F in the Northeast aren't evidence of climate change really taking off already, I have some beachfront property near Miami that I think you might be interested in buying!