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Nature’s Salad

submitted by Gozo College Middle School : EkoSkola Committee  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine,website,school media,other,EkoSkola Noticeboard, EkoSkola blog
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Borage, stinging nettles and fennel are just a few from a wide variety of edible wild plants in the Maltese Islands. Traditionally these wild plants used to form the basis of culinary dishes and medicinal remedies. Unfortunately, nowadays such plants are simply considered as weeds mainly because of the hectic lifestyle most people lead. With just a little bit of imagination and research one can start making use of nature’s free healthy food resources.



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Death Sentence

submitted by St.Thomas More College- Tarxien Middle School : Shayzee Ciappara  for 11-14
dissemination(s): website,school media,other,Presentation to other students and staff
filed under Photos

Marine pollution including oil spills and waste dumped illegally into the sea is certainly a death sentence to marine creatures. More enforcement is needed possibly increasing fines to stop irresponsible people from doing these acts. Moreover, through educational campaigns, we will be safeguarding our seas for future generations.



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A True Reflection?

submitted by St.Thomas More College- Tarxien Middle School : Shayzee Ciappara  for 11-14
dissemination(s): website,school media,other,Presentation to other students
filed under Photos

This image makes us reflect how we are really caring for the marine environment. Oil and fuel spills are certainly a threat to marine biodiversity. Boat owners should be more responsible by doing regular maintenance work on their vessels and dispose of used oil safely.



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Litter…A Bitter Taste

submitted by St.Thomas More College- Taxien Middle School : Shayzee Ciappara  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, Presentation to other students, school media, website
filed under Photos

Tourists visiting Malta would certainly leave our islands with a bitter taste after seeing this litter being dumped by irresponsible people into the sea. Such litter takes years to decompose and marine creatures such as turtles could easily mistake plastic bags for jelly fish. Moreover this plastic debris is also a trap to these creatures. More enforcement is needed and higher fines should certainly be imposed.



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Graffiti

submitted by St Clare's College Pembroke Secondary : Dentisa PEhlinova  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other,social media
filed under Photos

Amongst many things on the facade of this building one can see a huge piece of graffiti art on all of one side of the building. Despite being artistic this is not the appropriate location to do street art



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