- What is the IPCC?
- How does the IPCC select its authors?
- What literature does the IPCC assess?
- How does the IPCC review process work?
- How does the IPCC approve reports?
- How does the IPCC deal with alleged errors?
- Timeline - highlights of IPCC history
- Malaria is not an exclusively tropical disease
- The transmission dynamics of the disease are complex; the interplay of climate, ecology, mosquito biology, mosquito behavior and many other factors defies simplistic analysis.
- It is facile to attribute current resurgence of the disease to climate change, or to use models based on temperature to “predict” future prevalence.
- Environmental activists use the ‘big talk’ of science to create a simple but false paradigm. Malaria specialists who protest this are generally ignored, or labelled as ‘sceptics’.
http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/indicators/~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Contrarian climate scientist Roy Spencer put forth the top 10 'skeptic' arguments - all are easily answeredhttp://www.theguardian.com/environment/climate-consensus-97-per-cent/2014/may/06/top-ten-global-warming-skeptic-arguments-debunked