I agree, you can usually tell with where the focus is. Skepticism at this point has nothing to do with CO2 or AGW, those are simply facts. My skepticism currently has two points of focus: the geopolitical will to change and my optimism in human adaptability. I don't think that humans will be able to stop emitting greenhouse gases and/or reverse the effects of AGW without drastic scientific breakthroughs which, unfortunately, require the vast abundance offered to our species right now - a chicken and egg, or more appropriately baby and bathwater situation.
I also think human adaptability will mitigate most of the damage caused by AGW to our species. A lot of people like to rattle off the big list of famine, mass migration, city flooding, etc. as if they were going to happen instantaneously all at the same time. Eighty years ago we adapted to the dust bowl situation in less than a decade, I'm optimistic about our ability to adjust to these potential scenarios as they unfold slowly over decades and centuries.
For these reasons, I think there will be no overarching change in human behavior and consumption until there has to be, and even when there has to be, I think we'll adapt better than most anticipate.