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Busy Bees

submitted by St.Benedict College Girls' Secondary School Tarxien : Carmen Galea  for 15-18
dissemination(s): newspaper, other, school media, website, YRE Presentation to Form 1 students in class
filed under Video Clips

This video was shot in May 2014- the official opening of Pembroke Nature and Heritage Park, Malta. This park is the home of hard working bees. These insects are crucial in pollinating different wild flowers and agricultural plants. Moreover, bees produce unique natural products such as honey, propolis and beeswax. Without bees, we would have less fruit and vegetables; thus less food for humans and animals. Bees need to be protected from harmful pesticides. So, organic farming should be the right solution for a better sustainable environment.      

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Save Water. Water is life.

submitted by Youth Inc : Amy Agius, Shonnoa Bonnici, Shouna Zammit  for 19+
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Articles

Water covers 70 percent of the Earth, but only 3% of it is clean and suitable for human consumption. Even if you live in an area with ample rainfall, using water requires energy to process, pump, heat, re-pump, and re-process it. Fortunately, there are ways to save water for everyone from certified germaphobes to compost-toilet-level conservationists. The average family of four uses 450 liters (120 gallons) of water a day, which is 164,000 liters (44,000 gallons) a year.

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Green Patch

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard - Wardija Young Adult Resource Centre for 19+
filed under Photos

If possible keep a garden patch.  Flowers are beautiful.  Beans a good choice!



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Wrapped Up

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard - Wardija Young Adult Resource Centre : Sherica Asare  for 19+
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

This wrapper found itself in the grass. Litter is a big problem and most of it lasts and lasts. Plastic take up to 20 years to degrade.



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Isolated

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard - Wardija Young Adult Resource Centre : Marisa Zammit  for 19+
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

The photo shown a plastic bag isolated in the soil. Litter costs taxpayers many money to clear the streets and public parks. The boom in litter means a boom in the rat population too.



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