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Ignite Middle Schoolers Curiosity with these 7 Eco-Projects for School or Home

Project-based learning is lauded as an effective way to educate students because of the various learning styles utilized. In middle… Read more »

How is Population Growth Connected to Protecting Human Rights?

Human rights stands at the crossroads of multiple issues, including, but not limited to, education, poverty, and reproductive freedom. Climate… Read more »

How is Population Growth Connected to Preserving Biodiversity?

The World of 7 Billion student video contest is back for 2018-2019! We’ll be giving away $8,000+ of prizes to… Read more »

Why does a higher death rate reflect higher levels of development?

Why do highly developed countries tend to have higher death rates than many less developed countries? This question often comes… Read more »

How is Population Growth Connected to Sustainable Resource Use?

Each of the 7.6 billion people on Earth use resources and energy in their daily lives. The type and volume… Read more »

How Reproductive Age-Groups Impact Age Structure Diagrams | Population Pyramids

You might know the three basic shapes of age structures (popularly referred to as population pyramids) and what they mean.… Read more »

Teaching the Sustainable Development Goals through student filmmaking

The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals offer a strong entry point for students to consider real-world challenges, and the World… Read more »

Leadership Institute in Atlanta Welcomes 27 New PopEd Trainers

Our PopEd team enjoyed some southern hospitality last weekend when we hosted our 2018 Fall Leadership Institute in Atlanta. The… Read more »

What is a Life Cycle Analysis and Why is it Useful?

Most of us are aware of the basics when it comes to watching our eco-footprints. It doesn’t take much to… Read more »

Contest Reading List: 12 books on Biodiversity, Resource Use, and Human Rights

The World of 7 Billion student video contest is back for the 2018-2019 school year! This year’s topics are: Preserving… Read more »