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It’ s so cranilicious

submitted by St. Ignaitus COllege, Middle School : Jurgen Debono  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

In this picture, I am showing the effect of the many buildings in Malta. It is so a sad thing that instead of countryside and fields, we are building a lot of tall and high buildings. We have a very small country, so instead of buildings let’ s do something good!!



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Downhill rubbish

submitted by Sr.Ignatius College, Middle School : Michela Cutajr  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine,school media
filed under Photos

The rubbish is very exagerated in Malta. The rubbish is mostly found in the countryside.In fact this picture is taken near a factory. The factory is found in the countryside. We need to learn to seperate our waste because we are running out of space to throw our waste.



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Nature is not a scrap yard!

submitted by St. Ignatius College Middle School : Avril Spiteri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

The message is that if we throw away our rubbish and dangerous substances in the countryside, we are harming nature and ruining the soil. The car in the picture was left there many years ago and because of this trees and flowers are not growing.



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Resting place with a view

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Tania Debrincat  for 15-18
dissemination(s): school magazine,school media,other,EkoSkola Noticeboard, EkoSkola blog
filed under Photos

The Maltese Islands are well known for their spectacular 360 degrees view. Choosing a prime site where to get the most of such views seems to be a priority amongst many. The question is how sustainable is all this?



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Stubborn and Resilient

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : Panna Forro  for 15-18
dissemination(s): school magazine,school media,other,EkoSkola Noticeboard, EkoSkola blog
filed under Photos

A simple wild plant manages to grow from a crack in the plastering on the wall. Human actions were not enough to stop it. Victory over man and the elements. A sign to remind us that greenery is important and to stop pulling down old houses, building everywhere and covering everything with tarmac and concrete.



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