Question mark on the Earth for a quiz on population trends and events
Nine question quiz designed to give teachers and students an overview of world and U.S. population trends....
Students write, film and edit a short video that connects human population growth to one other global...
Students reaching for poker chips in Tragedy of the Commons simulation
In a simulation, students desiring to draw renewable resources from a common pool determine short-term consumption strategies...
Students reaching for poker chips in Tragedy of the Commons simulation
In a simulation game, students desiring to draw renewable resources from a common pool determine short-term consumption...
Parking lot full of cars shows Americans' dependence on car culture
Students assess the natural resources use, pollution and community impacts associated with our population’s driving habits through...
Demonstration of water availability for middle and high students shows the limited amount of freshwater on Earth
Students observe a brief demonstration on the distribution of the world’s water and then calculate how much...
Photo of US History: Pumping water by hand in 1942 from the sole water supply in this section of Wilder, TN
Acting as presidents from various points in history, students compare U.S. demographic and environmental statistics.
Through a small group simulation using probability, students explore how different population growth rates are impacting biodiversity...
Question mark on the Earth for a quiz on population trends and events
A pre-test/post-test quiz designed to give teachers and students an overview of world and Canadian population trends.

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"The activities not only bring out important content, but they also provide real-world context for environmental, population and sustainability issues. They engage participants in very thought-provoking and critical-thinking discussions.”

Helen de la Maza, Environmental Educator, Irvine, CA