Let me preface this by stating that I do believe in AGW, thus not a denier. HOWEVER, in my part of the world, southwestern BC, it was a warmer and drier winter than normal, therefore less natural gas used to heat my home. Even though it is hot now, and my A/C is on, electricity here is hydro-electric, so it's quite green.
Also, there was an article in the local paper talking about the warming, and what it means. It stated that we can now have a longer growing season, and can grow food not normally grown here (there is someone growing rice around here). Also, the article stated that this part of the world is one of the few places in the world that would see a net benefit from the warmer temps.
Having said that, why on earth should I work against myself, or care about the other side of the planet. I know it sounds selfish, and I do actually make every effort not to be wasteful, and to recycle where ever possible.
The bottom line is, I like what is happening where I live, and short of another country invading us, I don't see this as a bad thing.
Warmer winters = less fossil fuels used for heating
Longer summers = better and more diverse growing season.
It's all good, and the selfish part of me simply doesn't care about the rest of the planet. Yes it's a fluke, and I'm lucky to be here... but it is what it is.
Let the flames begin.