Here's one of many graphs demonstrating this.>>10734756
Anthropogenic effects are certainly real and a model which excludes them would likely trend far too low.
But they are not as pronounced as believed. It pisses me off when The Faithful post one of their charts...derived from data like that which I'm posting...which has a big gray band 0.6C wide at 2020. Extrapolated out to 2100 what will happen at the BOTTOM of that band is vastly different from what will happen at the TOP. Yet they'll cling to their garden of Eden/original sin like narrative of global doom...exaggerated even if observation was tracking the highest predictions...because the observation line is still barely within the band at the bottom. (If you go with sat/balloon data it's basically breaking below it.)
The other thing that pisses me off is when someone reads a possible climate change effect of a WORST CASE scenario in year 2100 and immediately thinks it applies to the weather event they think was odd yesterday. Humans honestly believe that weather which does not match what they want is odd and proof that something is wrong. Humans also tend to forget what happened even 5 years go. It's why we used to sacrifice virgins to volcanoes.
tl;dr - of course there is an anthropogenic CO2 effect. Fortunately OBSERVATION is proving THEORY wrong and the effect will be less pronounced than feared.