I have seen ample consensus amongst reputable scientists that the earth is getting warmer, and this fact is due to human activity (e.g https://climate.nasa.gov/faq/17/do-scientists-agree-on-climate-change/)
The affirmation "97 percent of the scientists with the relevant expertise agree that climate change is real and caused by humans", in particular, gets a lot or airtime.
I have not yet, however, seen similar consensus for the effects of climate change.
Is there a large, documented consensus on any estimate of sea level raise or any other more "direct" effect on the human population?
Variation is not a problem, as long as a significant percentage of scientists/papers affirm at least X of variation of sea level, and X is enough to be a big problem
(Or the analogous affirmation for a different climate change effect)
To be more concrete, is there a survey of scientists or a meta analysis paper that mentions a significant effect, that would affect how humans live, and that shows 90% or more of agreement (of the relevant papers or the relevant scientists)?