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A Day Too Far

submitted by MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts : Matthias Vella  for 19+
dissemination(s): website
filed under Video Clips

The goal of this short advert is to bring attention to those that we do not notice in our day to day lives, people who feel like they’ve lost everything, and think they have no alternative. This shows the conflict in their hearts and minds, but we can overcome it together if we seek help and take action before it’s too late. And it is never too late.

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Laziness?

submitted by St Clare's College Pembroke Secondary : Bradley Grech  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

Plastic can cause danger to the environment. Under heat it can burn. Plastic bags must be deposited in the blue rubbish container.



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Human Vision under threat

submitted by St Clare's College Pembroke Secondary : Bradley Grech  for 11-14
dissemination(s): website
filed under Photos

This track is carrying sand which can go towards the eyes of someone and cause temporary blindness. The sand can also go on the car’s windscreen thus reducing the vision of the road.



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An Island Full Of Żibel

submitted by MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts : Brendon Joseph Thearle  for 19+
dissemination(s): Facebook post, other, Twitter post, YouTube page
filed under Video Clips

In An Island Full Of Żibel, I decided to focus on waste and waste management primarily in Malta and how other European countries are combating waste and what Malta should implement to make better use of waste management and make Malta a greener island, showing audiences the issue of waste in Malta at first hand and how other European countries around Malta are combating waste and what steps Malta is taking to combat waste. Through this moving image documentary, I want to educate children, young adults and adults alike what waste is and how we can combat waste through waste management by showing the issue of waste in Malta at first hand and how other European countries around Malta are combating waste and what steps Malta is taking to combat waste      

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Tea Treasure

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Ryan Borg  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
filed under Photos

Tea bags are good for composting since they enrich the soil for healthier plants to grow. They add a nitrogen-rich component to the soil and help in balancing the carbon-rich materials found in compost. Thus, these enhance drainage and maintain moisture, promote earthworms, increase oxygen levels and keep the soil structure steady.



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