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The Guilty Conscience

submitted by Gzira St. Monical School : Julia Scerri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, other, school media, YRE Assembly
filed under Photos

“Your conscience is the measure of honesty of your selfishness. Listen to it carefully.” It is a common temptation for one to vandalise the environment by getting rid of whatever he needs to throw away anywhere he deems is comfortable for him. Our conscience however should help us to be aware of our bad doings and rethink our actions to avoid harming the environment around us.



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Halt Bad Habits

submitted by Gzira St. Monical School : Julia Scerri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, other, school media, YRE Assembly
filed under Photos

Halt Bad Habits Trying to absorb the beauty of the view but then… Why are we spoiling our environment with litter and garbage? Also, this photo clearly shows that apart from the garbage bag being thrown deliberately in the countryside road, the person concerned did not separate the waste, since orange peel and plastic can be seen in the same bag. This attitude is a lack of respect towards our environment and each other. These bad habits are leading to the depletion of our world.



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Their Silent Cry

submitted by Gzira St. Monical School : Julia Scerri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): assembly, newspaper, noticeboard, other, school media
filed under Articles

‘How can the world evolve without successful businesses or factories?’ some might ask. However, do we ever stop to realise how much this urban view can make us feel sad or stressed? Research proves that looking at nature brings humans closer together; resulting in happiness, whereas looking at urban landscapes makes us want solitude; leading to sadness. This is why it is very important to look after the environment. But how is this possible with all these buildings and constructions going on endlessly? And how can we listen to the silent cry of the animals dying because of our selfish actions?

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Save the seaview from further development!

submitted by Cospicua St Margaret College Boys' Secondary Verdala : Kurt Micallef  for 15-18
dissemination(s): Annual School Exhibition, other, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

This photo was taken at Xghajra. One can enjoy this seaview from afar up till now. We hope that the view will remain unobstructed from further development so that the children of the future can enjoy a similar sunset.



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Returned to sender by the waves!

submitted by Cospicua St Margaret College Boys' Secondary Verdala : Kurt Micallef  for 15-18
dissemination(s): Annual School Exhibition, other, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

This photo was taken at Ras Hanzir Kordin. Most of this rubbish was thrown in the sea and the waves threw it back at us. A true message from nature!



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