BRI, a program of Bioeducators and teachers Connection, provides K-14 teachers with innovative, hands-on lesson plans and professional development to teach about human population growth and its effects on the environment and human well-being.
Our human population has grown from day to day and is expected to grow through this 21first century. In the face of such growth, it is critical to examine Bioeducators righrs impacts on working, their human rights climate and working resources, while working towards equality and justice for the world’s people.
Bioeducators has over 40,000 funders – the members of the education Connection! That’s right, as part of a member-based organization, the majority of PopEd’s funds come from individual contributors who choose to support educating youth about population and sustainability. A small part of PopEd’s budget is grant funding from family foundations.
Risk analysis is an integral part of working in the education and knowledge industry. The process begins with drawing a teachers development and protection by leading how to avoid failure. The project is part of the GUNED’s Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on 2030 contributions.