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Can Probiotics Fight Climate Change?

The Microbiome and You If you’re reading this, you almost certainly consider yourself a human. However, less than half of… Read more »Read more »

World Population Day: A Family Planning Timeline

Every year on July 11, we observe World Population Day—a day set aside by the United Nations to focus on… Read more »Read more »

What is Responsible Consumerism? A Palm Oil Case Study

Walking through a supermarket, a pharmacy, or most any store, it is clear that we are embedded in a massive… Read more »Read more »

Pop Quiz: Russia

Russia has been in the media spotlight a lot lately. Most recently, because they’re hosting this year’s Fifa World Cup.… Read more »Read more »

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Summer Book List: 16 Pop-Tastic Reads for Summer Break, 2018 Edition

Summer is almost here and with its arrival, time to catch up on some pleasure reading. So whether you need… Read more »Read more »

Beat Plastic Pollution this World Environment Day

Every year, 8 million tons of plastic enter our oceans, threatening marine and human life and destroying natural ecosystems. This… Read more »Read more »

Endangered Species Day in Photos

Tomorrow is Endangered Species Day, a day to celebrate wildlife conservation and appreciate the beauty and value of threatened species… Read more »Read more »

Differentiation: Three Population Ed Lessons for All Learners

A few weeks ago I traveled to beautiful, windy Indiana to present PopEd workshops to pre-service teachers. The classes I… Read more »Read more »

Announcing the Winners! Top videos in World of 7 Billion international student contest

Eighteen middle and high school students have placed as winners in the 2017-2018 World of 7 Billion contest for their… Read more »Read more »