And, as an example for 2016, there is this:
"An apparent slowing in the rise of global temperatures at the beginning of the twenty-first century, which is not explained by climate models, was referred to as a “hiatus” or a “pause” when first observed several years ago. Climate-change sceptics have used this as evidence that global warming has stopped. But in June last year, a study in Science claimed that the hiatus was just an artefact which vanishes when biases in temperature data are corrected1. Now a prominent group of researchers is countering that claim, arguing in Nature Climate Change that even after correcting these biases the slowdown was real2." ----Nature
In the face of continued vibrant scientific debate in the top journals, it is ridiculous to talk of "consensus" based on statistical analyses of stated positions in abstracts (such as here).