I don't see France, UK, Germany, Italy, Japan, China, topping those lists. So can you be a bit more specific? Which country did you have in mind that could be honestly compared to the United States in terms of raw demographics? I.e. a country that isn't essentially a city state.
I already said progressive northern European countries, which would be stuff like Norway, Sweden, etc.
AGW isn't a theory. It's a hypothesis. We have observed a long-term warming trend and a hypothesis has been made that it's caused by humans burning fossil fuels resulting in an increase in green house gasses in the air. That's the hypothesis. But that's not a theory. It hasn't been tested and the fact that atmospheric temperatures aren't increasing despite the steady increase of CO2 doesn't bode well for the validity of the hypothesis.
This is absurd. Read the IPCC stuff.
Your statement directly contradicts what every first world national academy of science says. Your statement contradicts a massive numbers number of studies. You can repeat whatever nonsense you want, but in the end, you will always run up against this (which I already posted):
"As of 2007, when the American Association of Petroleum Geologists released a revised statement, no scientific body of national or international standing rejected the findings of human-induced effects on climate change."
Scientists overwhelmingly reject your statement.
Ask yourself 2 questions:
#1 Has the null hypothesis been disproven?
#2 Is the current supposition of AGW falsifiable?
At a reasonable level of certainty, yeah, the null hypothesis can be rejected. This is exactly what the IPCC report claims. Read it.
Since models make specific predictions, #2 is obvious.