In 1989 the United Nations recommended that the international community observe World Population Day every year on July 11th. World Population Day is a day to reflect on growing population issues and work to solve them together. This year’s World Population Day is even more significant, with a theme of “Investing in teenage girls,” a critical mission for all nations and people around the globe.
Hurricanes are massive, swirling storms that produce winds faster than a cheetah, the fastest animal on land.
TV personality, space junkie, Creationism debunker. Bill Nye is a science celebrity. Can you separate the fact from fiction when it comes to “the Science Guy”?
These 9 catastrophic events caused untold destruction and loss of life - they were also completely man made.
These species are fighting for survival.
Can you match these distinctive, prominent, and instantly recognizable natural landmarks to their national parks?
There are over 7 billion people in the world. Do you know where they all live?
The Solar System is our tiny home in the incomprehensibly massive - and constantly expanding - universe; it’s time you learned a thing or two about it!
Social media is fully ingrained into every part of our daily lives. Millennials, the first “digital-native” generation, have a special relationship to and understanding of social media. This quiz explores social media trends amongst Millennials using poll research data generated by Pew Research and Gallup Polls.