|Earth Day Birthday Party|
This activity is an encapsulated method for teaching population dynamics, conservation, and the effects of overpopulation on planet resources. It provides an introduction to the Malthusian hypothesis of arithmetic food production growth and exponential human population growth. Discussion and essay ideas, a film, a song, and a game are incorprated into the activity.
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DLESE Catalog ID: DLESE-000-000-003-981
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Author: Catherine Ross
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Publisher: The National Health Museum