In any event, I'm sure the planet will eventually recover from global warming or global cooling, it's just everything that lives on the planet that may be in danger.
Yeah. "Recovery of the planet" is very anthropocentric. It suggests that some state is "good" for the planet, and another is "bad". But was it in a better state 1000 years ago? A million years ago? 100 million years ago? A billion years ago? 4.5 billion years ago?
For most of its existence, Earth was uninhabitable by human beings.
Here's an extract from an article about what happened 55 million years ago on our planet:
About 55 million years ago global temperatures spiked. Then, as now, sea levels rose, the oceans became more acidic, and species disappeared forever.
Little wonder, then, that researchers view this ancient event – known as the "Palaeocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum" or PETM – as a potential goldmine of useful information for understanding modern climate change.
So, our planet has been super hot before as a result of global warming and it eventually survived.