NPG continues to strive toward our primary objective: educating American citizens and legislators about the devastating effects of overpopulation. One of the most important avenues is our nation’s classrooms, where we aim to inspire young minds to carefully examine population growth in both the United States and the world.
Each year we create Teacher’s Packets, always available free of charge to educators, that include Student Fact Sheets, our popular U.S. population poster, and a choice of NPG Forum papers on specific population issues. We distribute an average of over 35,000 Student Fact Sheets to more than 400 schools nationwide every year. We feel these resources will prove invaluable to schools and teachers, getting the facts to the very students most likely to be affected by continued population growth. The Effects of Overpopulation series provides more detailed information on the relationship between population growth and various aspects of our daily lives. (NPG plans to continue to expand this series and we invite any suggestions for additional topics.)
All of NPG’s educational projects are designed to foster a greater understanding of the need for a smaller, truly sustainable U.S. and world population. Please feel free to visit our Library for downloadable versions of our educational materials that you can share – we depend on the help of concerned and active educators like you to bring our message to a broader audience!
Students of any age can now join NPG for a discounted rate! This membership is also a wonderful gift idea for children, grandchildren, or any young person you know. For just $15, students will receive a full one-year membership to NPG – which includes email commentary, NPG publications, and the latest updates on NPG programs such as our Annual Scholarship Contests.
For more information on these projects, or to request materials for use in your classroom, please email us at email@example.com.
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