This "sustainability for teachers" guide provides over 50 short videos and resources covering the main issues related to sustainability. These issues are: population, human needs, natural resources, water,recycling, equity, and much more. Enjoy it!
Prof. Al Bartlett presents the main drivers of population growth, he briefly explains the arithmetic behind the issue, describe some of the global issues of our population problem, questions we need to address and efforts to control population growth.
This article from UNICEF explains why child survival is a good way to control population growth. This article mention four closely related and interacting factors that influence fertility levels and child survival; physiological, replacement, insurance, and confidence factors.
This article from the world watch institute gives an overview of trends in population growth and how modest changes happened to population growth. the article also provides information about the share of population growth each region in the planet has.
Professor Al. Bartlett's website presents many articles and lectures about population, arithmetic and energy. He also provides free content of his book "The essential exponential for the future of the planet"
The Population Reference Bureau informs people around the world about population, health, and the environment, and empowers them to use that information to advance the well-being of current and future generations.
AAAS Atlas of Population and Environment, the AAAS International Programs Directorate wanted to bring together population-environment linkages in ways that make them easily accessible to policy and decision makers, students and the general public.