Downloadable pdfs below

Abstract  - Classical Population 'Too-late' conditions  (Three classical real-world examples of climb-and-collapse outcomes) - (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

'Too-late' population calamities in environmental surroundings that remain 99.998% unoccupied - Three classical real-world examples  (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

This open-courseware PowerPoint presentation offers an

overview of core population / environment principles, data sets, and understandings.  Topics include humankind's demographic history and trajectories, their implications, Earth's planetary biospheric life-support machinery, and considerations such as sustainability, carrying capacity,
environmental limits, limiting factors, actual real-world climb-and-collapse calamities, as well as humankind's
current trajectories toward 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, or 16.6 billions by the
end of this century.  An ideal "Biospheric Literacy and Sustainability 101" resource for all first-year undergraduates (of every major).

Executive briefing
Executive summary population-environment / carrying capacity pdf

Climb-and-Collapse in Population Systems - Three classical examples in real-world populations   (Click image to open pdf exec-utive briefing)

Conservation - Why 10% goals are not enough (and may permit collapse) - (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

Population:  LARGER annual increases NOW than back in 1981  - Despite statistical assertions that population growth is 'slowing down'  humankind's actual annual worldwide numerical increases today are MORE each year NOW than they were in 1981 - (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

Carrying Capacity and Limiting Factors in Population Systems  - (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

Core topics and understandings - Biospheric literacy 101 - Top data sets, core concepts, and govening principles -  (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

Formal Population-environment Warnings by World Scientists - Includes excerpts from statements signed by 99 recipients of the Nobel Prize and 1600 other top scientists - (Click image to open pdf executive briefing)

The Wecskaop Project
(What Every Citizen Should Know About Our Planet)