Just because it’s a(nother) pet peeve of mine: No credible scientist would/should publish a graph like that. The origin is surpressed for the CO2 scale, which wildly distorts it (i.e., makes the slope look a lot steeper than it actually is). Imagine the same data plotted on a scale that ranges from 0 to 400, and it would look almost flat (i.e., not scary “we’re all going to die” steep).
...and what part of the atmosphere you look at...
RSS Temperature Lower Troposphere (TLT) - Brightness Temperature Anomaly 1979 to Present
UAH Lower Atmosphere Temperature Anomalies 1979 to Present
RSS Temperature Middle Troposphere (TMT) Brightness Temperature Anomaly 1979 to Present
Temperature Troposphere / Stratosphere (TTS) Brightness Temperature Anomaly 1987 to Present
Temperature Lower Stratosphere (TLS) - Brightness Temperature Anomaly 1979 to Present
...but the one thing that is abundantly clear is that there hasn't been any warming since 1998 and there isn't anything unusual about the warming since The Little Ice Age and it hasn't gotten as warm as it was before TLIA and on average the global temperature at its warmest during the last 10 million years is very very cold compared to what came before that. So peeve away! :-)
What does that even mean, "the origin is suppressed?" What 'origin?' How is it 'suppressed?' It shows CO2 levels juxtaposed with global temperatures over the same time frame. Whether the graph compresses the data or not it still shows temperatures falling and CO2 rising over the same period of time.