Apple slices represent different areas of the Earth: water, inhospitable land, used arable land, and arable land for farming
An apple is used as a model to illustrate the limited farmland available on Earth.
Members of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, indigos right advocates and environmental activist participate in a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Washington, D.C., 2017
Explore the human - environment relationship from early U.S. settlements to climate activism.
People ride e-scooters, a new means of transportation in the United States today
Trace the history of U.S. transportation from horsedrawn carriages to our present car culture.
Frozen TV dinners were a popular food trend in the U.S. in the mid-1900s
Survey of U.S. food trends - where it's from, how it’s prepared, and who has access.
Journey through the history of schooling in the U.S.from the early 1800s to today.
12-year-old girl working at spooling in a West Texas cotton mill in 1913
History of U.S. work from agrarian roots through the Industrial Revolution to today's gig economy.
A visual demonstration of the limited sources of food available from the Earth’s land, followed by discussion...
Graph of U.S. population growth from 4 million in 1790 to 332 million in 2020 and projection to reach 388 million by 2050
U.S. population from its founding in 1790, to present, and projected U.S. growth through 2050.

PopEd Impact

64,000 educators trained
325 college
32,000 workshops conducted

"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