Jennifer Zambone | 15 Oct 2004 | National Review Online
Malaria-vaccine research is good — but we need to help the dying, now.
Richard Tren | 17 Sep 2004 | TCS Daily
The direct result of not using Dieldrin is that Sahelian Africa is experiencing the worst locust plague in 15 years. Dieldrin, like DDT, should only be used in restricted ways -- primarily controlling swarming locusts. Unfortunately under the POPs Convention ratified this year, it is no longer available to the blighted African nations of the Sahel.
Jennifer Zambone | 03 Aug 2004 | TCS Daily
Martha Stewart made people feel obscurely guilty for failing to tat a matching bedspread/tablecloth ensemble as a wedding present for the postman. Think what she could do on issues about which we really should feel guilty, like malaria.
Roger Bate | 03 Jun 2004 | National Review Online
A hated pesticide saves lives.
None | 25 Apr 2004 | Africa Fighting Malaria
South Africa's leading malaria control experts, researchers and doctors support and endorse the use of the insecticide DDT to control malaria. Their statement is released in light of recent claims that DDT is harmful to human health and should be removed from South Africa's malaria control programme.
Roger Bate | 25 Apr 2004 | Washington Post
We're fighting malaria with outmoded techniques for no good reason.
Roger Bate | 15 Apr 2004 | TCS Daily
Roger Bate laments Nixon's role in banning DDT through the Environmental Protection Agency.
Jennifer Zambone | 06 Apr 2004 | National Review Online
This past Sunday marked "Africa Malaria Day," a day to remember that malaria continues to rage on that continent, killing at least one million people each year.
Roger Bate | 07 Mar 2004 | Daily Telegraph (UK)
The World Health Organization and Global Fund provided obsolete anti-malaria medicines in stark violation of their own policy.
Roger Bate | 01 Mar 2004 | Weekly Standard
While the world understandably focuses on AIDS in Africa, malaria continues to devastate the children of that continent.