We can probably adapt to most of these issues, but we do not know how much it will cost us.

Those most vulnerable to climate change are not the ones responsible for causing it. Our energy-consumptive lifestyles are having lethal impacts on other people around the world, especially the poor.

Having humans present did show an increase in [biting] risk, but the number of people did not explain the increase.

This report puts the best science forward to begin to identify the health risks from global climate change. Our findings suggest some cause for concern, but if we continue as a nation to make public health a priority, adaptation may be feasible.

By dramatically changing the landscape, we are tipping the balance in a way that is increasing the risk of malaria transmission. This is one of the most detailed quantitative field studies in the Amazon that directly addresses the potential link between deforestation and malaria.