To manage wildlife successfully, we rely on science. We use scientific methods to study the animals.
Explore the connections between technology, population and rising atmospheric CO2.
In this activity, students examine the United States Census Bureau Web site to investigate projections of the total population of states from 1995-2025.
The activities at this level focus on studying a series of circle graphs that report the population of the United States and of selected states–Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania–in fifty-year intervals from 1800 to 1950.
Students play a game in which they try to list 5 countries or states in order from most crowded to least crowded.
Students use the data from previous lessons to find the range, median, and mode of the populations.
Today we travel to a future where a global government institutes a one-child policy on every single family.
Bioethicist Travis Rieder is confronting some big questions himself, including whether we should procreate in the age of climate change.
Trace patterns of agricultural expansion through space and time, especially as they relate to climate and geography.