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An Interview with a Solar Energy Expert

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An interview between a student (in the form of a YRE reporter) and a solar energy expert.

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Plants do not want to learn the computer…

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My friend and I took this photo when we were at Delimara. It is really the limit that we want plants to learn to use the computer! As the flowers cannot be bothered with learning the ECDL this computer will go to waste. Then as waste this computer will harm the natural environment. Without this computer the scenery full of flowers would improve. To save the plants from computer fanatics, persons can be employed to keep watch in these areas. If they catch anyone not respecting the plants they will get a fine. The local council will put signs that the plants do not want to learn the computer and if anyone is caught trying to force the plants against their will they will have to face the consequences. Action has to be taken so that our countryside maintains its natural identity. Leave them plants alone!



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Filfla

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Filfla is a very small uninhabited island which is one of the islands of the Maltese archipelago. This island is found five kilometres out from the island called Malta. In the year 1971 the royal navy and royal air force used the island as target pratice and because of this the island was destroyed a little. Then in 1980 Filfla was a bird reseve and three species of sea bird settled on the island, these were: the European Storm Petrel , Cory’s Shearwater and Yellow-legged Gull. There is also a type of Wall Lizard which is only found on Filfla. In 1988 this island was established as a protected site, no one could go on it except for scientific purposes.



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A new way of being Environmental friendly

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This article speaks about the idea of why a solar water heater is beneficial to the environment in terms of the reduced carbon footprint.

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The true beauty of nature

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There’s only one way to describe this picture, “simply beautiful”. This flower is situated in the last place you would think of. It’s found in a field along a main road where cars pass frequently. Doesn’t it inspire you? Does it resemble the rising sun?  It shows the true beauty of nature. How can anyone see this picture and not fall in love with nature? It should inspire us to take a stand and stop the atrocities that people do at nature’s expense. Thus, if you truly respect the beauty that Earth provides, protect your Environment!



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