Infographic shows the number of people living in urban areas vs rural areas from 1950 to today and projected to 2050
Number of people living in urban areas vs rural areas starting in 1950 and projected to 2050.
Artful bar graph shows the growth in the number of cities with over 1 million residents from 1960 to 2030
Historic growth in the number of cities with over 1 million residents from 1960 to 2030.
Graph shows the percentage of energy that must come from renewable sources by 2050 for Earth to stay below 2 deg C warming
How energy sources need to change by 2050 for Earth to stay below 2 degrees C warming.
Forest loss in Indonesia and the Brazilian Amazon. Graph shows percentage of 1970s forest remaining through 2020
Forest loss in Indonesia and the Brazilian Amazon as a percentage of 1970s forest remaining in 2020.
Infographic uses Earth graphics to display human's growing global footprint from 1968 to 1993 to 2018
Earth graphics display human's growing global footprint from 1968 to 1993 to 2018.
Graphs compare shrinking size of three coral reefs over time - Great Barrier Reef, Caribbean Reef, and West Indian Ocean Reef
Comparison graphs of three coral reefs' shrinking size over recent 30 year period.
Infographic shows the number of coastal and ocean "dead zones" increasing from the 1960s through 2010
Number of coastal and ocean "dead zones" from the 1960s through 2010.
Infographic compares U.S. per capita energy use to the per capita energy use in other countries
Infographics shows that 1 person in the U.S. consumes as much energy as 2 Germans, 7 Jordanians,...
Graph shows the average number of children per U.S. family has decreased since 1800 with an exception of the baby boom
Average number of children per woman in the U.S. from 1800 to 2018.

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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