How Over Population Changes the World

The lights in the video below represent areas on our planet where there’s more than 1 million people. This display at the Museum of Victoria educates on the ecological impact of population growth on the environment and climate change.

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Why the Media Gets Social Science So Wrong

June 2014 was a bad month for media stories about social science. First, a study examined how gendered expectations affect the public’s interpretation of severe weather warnings about hurricanes. Second, a story rebounded around the world that wrongly associated domestic violence to marital status.

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