"Turning to Greener Weapons in the Battle Against Malaria"

"Insecticides such as DDT have long been used to combat the scourge of malaria in the developing world. But with the disease parasite becoming increasingly adept at resisting the chemical onslaught, some countries are achieving striking success by eliminating the environmental conditions that give rise to malarial mosquitoes."

Sonia Shah reports for Yale Environment 360 May 3, 2010.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010