Africa – Six Countries Lauded for Malaria Progress — Africa Research Online

A surge in cases in 2016 prompted WHO to announce that progress against the disease had stalled. More resources must be invested in the fight, leaders and experts say. Elsewhere, community health workers recruited in their own remote communities have seen great success Zimbabwe was honoured on January 28th for leading the way to a […]

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WINNING: Milloy one of a ‘small but influential set’ Trump has been listening to — JunkScience.com

Axios reports that President Trump’s views on climate have been shaped over the years by a “small but influential set or organizations and people,” including JunkScience.com publisher Steve Milloy, CEI’s Myron Ebell, Murray Energy’s Bob Murray, the Heartland Institute and Sen. Jim Inhofe. Axios, of course, means this as a slam. Not only is Axios…

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Thank Goodness for the Industrial Revolution — Big Picture News, Informed Analysis

Long the whipping boy of environmentalists, the Industrial Revolution lifted humanity out of misery and squalor.

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How The War On Climate Change Slams The World’s Poor — NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood The latest contribution from Bjorn Lomborg: When a “solution” to a problem causes more damage than the problem, policymaking has gone awry. That’s where we often find ourselves with global warming today. Activist organizations like Worldwatch argue that higher temperatures will make more people hungry, so drastic carbon cuts are […]

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Climate Claim: “All Available Options Should be Assessed” for Reducing Population Growth — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall According to ScienceMag, the issue of Climate Change is now so urgent that all available options should be considered to reduce population growth in fast growing regions like Sub-saharan Africa. Global warming policy: Is population left out in the cold? John Bongaarts 1, Brian C. O’Neill 2,3 1 Population Council,…

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