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Water Consumption Reduction

submitted by St Edward's College : GabrielSciberras  for 11-14
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Potable is a precious liquid which is incessantly being wasted and it is only getting worse. This article include the methods and techniques that can be done to abate this waste, at home, work and nationally. It also includes exact numbers of the amount of potable water, the amount of water being wasted and diseases caused by lack of water. This article is to show that we can make a difference anywhere even at home. If everyone makes a difference, then surely everyone will have water and water consumption reduction will be improved.

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Food Waste Management and Prevention

submitted by St Edward's College : Gabriel Sciberras  for 11-14
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Food is a necessity that all living creatures on Earth need to live and develop. However, like many things, it is being wasted and the main contributor to this waste is man. We are wasting the most, and the worst part is that some humans don’t even have food to survive. This article talks about how food is wasted, the causes of food waste and more. Why waste something that everyone needs?

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Permaculture: the way forward

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Valentina Fenech Caruana  for 11-14
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Permaculture focuses on creating community eco-systems in which plants, animals, human beings and all forms of ecological diversity interact to produce an ecologically-sound and regenerative system that can support itself and life.

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Seawater and the Delimara Power Station

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Isabella Lauri, Katrina Bonavia  for 11-14
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In 1992 the Delimara Power Station was constructed in the southeast of Malta. To build the power station, the Marsaxlokk saline marshland was mostly destroyed, now only remnants are left. In fact the place was built on seawater and reclaimed land. Pillars of concrete and iron were placed in the seabed to hold the structure.

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The Green Haven

submitted by Gzira St.Monica School : Michela Pace  for 11-14
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The origins of the Argotti Gardens go back to the early 18th century and were laid out as two private gardens. One belonged to Knight Don Emmanuel Pinto and the other to the Bailiff Ignatius de Argote et Guzman. When Pinto was elected Grand Master of the Order in 1740, de Argote purchased Pinto’s part, annexed it to his own garden and built his summer residence here where it still exists.

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