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No Room To Swing a Cat : The Unsustainability of our Building Industry

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Emily Slater  for 15-18
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Sustainable development should be based on a multifaceted approach, covering environmental, economical and social concerns because the quality of life is dependent on these factors considered together…… why do some of our village cores get flooded every Winter ?

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What About Tomorrow’s Generation ? Are We Moving Towards Sustainable Development ?

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Kelsey Ann Vella  for 15-18
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Malta is densely crowded with households most of which are vacant. This has brought its consequences which aren’t being felt by the present generation, but will surely be felt by tomorrow’s generation.

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Building Sustainably for the Future Generations

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Martha Mizzi  for 15-18
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When constructions are built, they tend to create a very negative impact on the environment and also on the area they occupy. In the Maltese Islands , limestone, which is the standard stone used for building, is decreasing rapidly.

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Urbanisation, Good or Bad?

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Abigail Farrugia  for 15-18
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Although urbanisation, or city-growth, is necessary when society multiplies, it could have a negative impact if its development is not a sustainable one.

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What about the future generation?

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Raisa Schembri  for 15-18
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The 20th Century was marked by an increase in one’s standard of living. People started accessing more resources like globigerina limestone which unfortunately caused environment degradation.

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