The earth does not belong to "all creatures." It belongs to God.
God designed the relationships between everything in the environment, and God He is the one who upholds and sustains these relationships. He wisely designed things like the water and carbon cycles that sustain life.
Ultimately, it is God who decides whether the earth will warm or cool. He ordains the number of people who will live on the earth. He decrees the rain or lack thereof.
Humans have value and worth that is distinct and greater than all other created things. God has commanded man to be fruitful and fill the earth.
We are to carefully manage and use the environment in ways that honor God by carrying out our stewardship duties in a thoughtful and responsible manner.
The world in which we live will not look or act as it did before the fall. Man is sinful, and not all of our decisions will be good management decisions regarding creation. But even apart from the decisions of man, there will be death, pollution, famines, and harmful climate events—like hurricanes, volcanoes, forest fires, etc. Because of the curse, all creation is groaning.
Although the world is currently under a curse, a day is coming in the future when Jesus will return, remove the curse, and restore and renew all things.