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The truth about tourism in Malta

submitted by St Benedict College : Miles Spooner  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): fb, Instagram, noticeboard at parent's workplace, other
filed under Articles
awarded: Commended

An investigation into tourism in Marsaxlokk.

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Solar Bulb

submitted by G.F Abela Junior College University of Malta : Marie Therese Pavia  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, tv, website
filed under campaigning-photo Photos
awarded: Best Entry, Finalist

An ordinary bulb lit by the setting sun and power lines in the background recall the urgent need to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and invest more in solar energy sources. A sustainable future depends highly on renewable energy sources.



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S.O.S – Save Our Seas

submitted by G.F Abela Junior College University of Malta : Marie Therese Pavia  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, tv, website
filed under campaigning-photo Photos
awarded: Commended

A lifeguard’s ring on a beach reminds of measures taken to protect human lives. But are we using the same yard stick to safeguard our seas?



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Distorted Perspective. Can we keep on turning our back on the marine plastic pandemic?

submitted by G.F Abela Junior College University of Malta : Marie Therese Pavia  for 15-18
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, tv, website
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: 3rd place Litter less campaign, Finalist

Whilst admiring the beauty of mother nature, we cannot keep on ignoring the plastic polluting it. Plastic washed ashore on our beaches is just the tip of the iceberg… much more lies in the seas and cannot be seen. But its poisoning effect on the seas and on each one of us can still be perceived.

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Jellyfish Invasion – Freak … of nature, or human impact?

submitted by G.F Abela Junior College University of Malta : Marie Therese Pavia  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, tv, website
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: Commended

Jellyfish blooms are a natural part of the lifecycle of these invertebrates. However, one can question whether, or to what extent, the timing and size of these blooms is being affected by human impact through pollution, climate change, and disruption of marine ecosystems.

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