A useful point to make about the Reverend Malthus: he was right about all of human history until his own time. Similar remarks could be made about other oeconomical ideas: those of Marx perhaps?
If you're interested in peer reviewed scientific papers which take issue with the tenets of climate change, here's a (non-exhaustive although long) list.
On which subject, a climate scientist takes issue with Nicholas Stern's latest pronouncements on the immediate and catastrophic nature of the problem.
Further evidence that wind power might not be all that much of a solution to any problems.
The Conservative Homies choose their book of the year.
One way to eradicate poverty: if sending them aid doesn't work, why not let them come here?
And finally, the Ban Darling Campaign seems to be getting some results.