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  - Special offer - Free laminated map for USA public schools (grades K-12)
See where the human beings of the world live, and how many are where.
A startling, provocative, and beautiful map. Sure to stimulate discussion. 
Perfect for teachers of Geography, Global Studies, History, or Economics/Trade.
Also makes a unique and special gift. 
Other versions, sizes and formats of earlier maps available HERE.

Price:  $20.00

Population Map - 2015  

2015 POPULATION MAP - Special offer

See where the human beings of the world live, and how many are where. This map makes learning the population of each country an exciting visual experience. Each country is shown proportional to its population. The map presents people, not territory. Each square of the grid on the map represents a million people. From the perspective of population, China is the biggest country in the world! India is not far behind. For a real shock, compare Indonesia with the United States. This map shows how the USA is only a small part of the whole, 4.5% or less than one-twentieth of the Earth's humans.

Paper, folded - 35" x 50"
    - Free laminated map for USA public schools (grades K-12)
Special Price for 
International customers $30 (-$16 coupon = $14)
Use special Coupon code of "POPsale" upon checkout and get $16 off your order
Limit one coupon per order...and one map only please

USA home-schoolers (or other educational organizations) shipping to an address in the USA can use the same coupon code. 

NOTE: We will make adjustments to your order cost if any shipping charges show up on your sales receipt.


Purchase any version of the map and get Population Education's 43-page PDF Activity Guide to accompany the map. It can be downloaded at

The map is enhanced by a series of startling and informative images at the bottom showing population by continent, throughout human history, including: 100,000 years ago; at the time of the birth of Christ; at 1650 AD; at 1900 AD, and population projections for the year 2150. There is also a new 7th thumbnail panel showing the percentages of children under 15 years old -- the strongest predictor of future population growth. To learn more about this map, visit our link Behind the Maps Recommended reading The No-Nonsense Guide to World Population by Vanessa Baird (published by New Internationalist).

Cartography on this map done by Paul Breding 

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