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Għażla Varjata

submitted by STMC Girls Secondary Sta Lucia : Erica Emma Cassar  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

Illum il-ġurnata hemm diversi modi kif wieħed jista’ jeħles mill-iskart b’mod aċċetabbli, sew mill-kumdita ta’ wara biebu, kif ukoll jekk jaġħmel użu mill-recycle bins kbar li hemm f’kull lokalita. Għal affarijiet aktar goffi wieħed jista’ jmur jarmi fil-waste amenities sites. Mela għaliex għandna naraw skart mormi barra? Għaliex ma jitwaħlux tabelli biex ma jarmux skart f’postijiet magħrufin u jekk ikun hemm bżonn jitwaħlu anke kameras? Għandu jkun kampanja edukattiva biex in-nies ma jħammġux barra sew fuq it-televixin jew rivisti popolari. Forsi xi darba dawn in-nies jitgħallmu!



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A Great Pity

submitted by STMC Girls Secondary Sta Lucia : Martina Mifsud  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

Rare species of fish and grasses thrive on the few saline marshlands that are found on the Maltese Islands. Steps have been taken to protect these areas. But, in reality, from what are these saline marshes being protected? Certainly not from pollution! One saline marshland located in Marsascala, locally known as Il-Magħluq is littered with various objects mostly plastics and beer cans. Although some people are annoyed by this mess, no action seems to be taken even though the area is popular locality both with locals and tourists. It would be very appropriate if the saline marshlands are truly protected. Once lost, such sites would be lost foreever!



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Too Lazy to Clean Up

submitted by STMC Girls Secondary Sta Lucia : Nasim Al Aswad  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Photos

This picture, taken in Delimara shows the remains of a barbecue. Being too lazy to clean up, these people are doing a lot of damage to the environment. At night hedgehogs, cats or dogs may try to rip open the garbage bags because they smell food. The problem is that then the animals might start to choke on the plastic. Or maybe there are a few cans in the bag – the animals could cut their skin. Another example is that when other people decide to have a picnic, they will think that Delimara is too disgusting and would probably hint to their friends not to go there. It is not much of a problem put the used things in a garbage bag and throwing it in a bin at home or a recycling bin. So when on a barbecue or picnic, remember that littering can affect everyone.



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The Living Room

submitted by St Edward's College : Mattia Agius Muscat  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine, school media
filed under Photos

A unique seaview for your living room. These armchairs were dumped only a few meters away from the sea at Xgħajra, Malta. One may have a rest before they are burned by the scorching heat of the sun.



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The Sitting Room

submitted by St Edward's College : Mattia Agius Muscat  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine, school media
filed under Photos

What a horrible sight! Rubber as well as some broken stools are destroying the habitat for many insects and plants surrounding this site of Xgħajra seaside.



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