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Beach Trap

submitted by Maria Regina Girls Secondary Mosta : Casey Mifsud, Samira Axiak, Winona Attard McCarthy  for 15-18
dissemination(s): school magazine
filed under Photos

Awareness is made about beach life being destroyed- but how many people are actually doing something to stop this waste? Waste –such as plastic- is eaten by creatures, turtles for instant. Plastic bags are easily mistaken for jellyfish, the food which turtles eat. When they eat the material, they choke to death. Furthermore, if the beach you are swimming in contains jellyfish, and you feel the need to take them out of the sea, put the jellyfish in plastic bags then in trash cans. Do not leave these creatures on the sand or a rocky surface,as people might step on them and hurt the sole of their foot. On the other hand, recycle bins should be noticed, and if used, used properly by putting clean materials and materials which are recycable, meaning glass, plastic, metal and paper.



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The waste resources are there… Are we using them properly?

submitted by San Gorg Preca College Boys Secondary School Hamrun : Jonathan Camenzuli, Kurt Vella, Matthew Bezzina  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, website
filed under Photos

The waste resources are there… Are we using them properly?



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The Essential Resource for Living

submitted by San Gorg Preca College Boys Secondary School Hamrun : Nikolai Micallef  for 15-18
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, website
filed under Articles

This article is about HSBC World Water day quiz held on the 15th March at Intercontinental Hotel and it describes and add further awareness of the necessity of water and why it is essential that we look after it and what one can do as the student reported on what was discussed during this event.

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Misconceptions of Positive Lifestyles

submitted by San Gorg Preca College Boys Secondary School Hamrun : Jonathan Camenzuli, Kurt Vella, Matthew Bezzina  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media, website
filed under Video Clips

This video was taken outside the school premises by the students and accompanying teachers of Eko-Skola in which people in the area were interviewed and asked what type of food they buy and why, whether they buy junk food and whther they know what postive lifestyles means. It was concluded that on the whole there is a isconception of this and that more work on the true understanding of this needs to be carried out. The following link shows the video on youtube:

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Tiny but harmful!

submitted by Cospicua St Margaret College Boys' Secondary Verdala : Melvin Vella  for 11-14
dissemination(s): Annual School Exhibition, other, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

People throw away plastic items and these break down into bits. These bits of plastic might be tiny but they are very harmful when washed into the sea. Sea creatures mistake them for krill and swallow them. When we throw away a plastic object we are showing lack of respect for the creatures sharing our planet in our seas and oceans!



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