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Easter Eggs

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Wardija Young Adult Resource Centre : Kathleen Pisani  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, School Facebook Page, school magazine, school media, website
filed under Photos

The students was inspired by the colourful Easter Eggs.



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Beautiful Flowers

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Wardija Young Adult Resource Centre : Ryan Vella  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, School Facebook Page, school magazine, school media, website
filed under Photos

The student took a photo of the hyacinths at a flowers area. These need to be cared for and watered frequently.



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Keep Safe

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Wardija Young Adult Resource Centre : Terence Borg  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, School Facebook Page, school magazine, school media, website
filed under Photos

The photo shows electicity plugs which are not covered and therefore could be quite dangerous.



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Tangled

submitted by Eco-Centre Zejtun : Johann Camilleri  for 19+
dissemination(s): Eco Centre Zejtun Facebook page, other, website
filed under Photos

Plastic is the most ever-present and multipurpose material ever invented. In fact in the past 100 years no invention had more influence and presence than plastics. But this progress has had its own cost. We have become addicted to plastic. Packaging is the largest contributor to plastic waste. The average European uses and throws away about 200 plastic bags per year after just one use, this meaning 200 yearly opportunities to make a choice towards a better environment thrown into the bin. Considering that plastic bags aren’t biodegradable, but they photodegrade, thus contaminating soil and water and ending up in food webs and that plastic bags take hundreds of years to break down, we must cut down on plastic consumption. If we re-use plastic containers and use cloth bags instead of plastic bags, we will be contributing to this reduction and keeping our soil and water plastic-free.



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Why so Happy?

submitted by Eco-Centre Zejtun : Johann Camilleri  for 19+
dissemination(s): Facebook, other, website
filed under Photos

Environmental vandalism has been going on for ages. There are different types of environmental vandalism such us littering, poisoning seas and rivers, unsustainable fishing and hunting, snapping branches, uprooting of trees and plants out of the ground, spilling of oil and tar in the countryside and destruction of rubble walls leading to soil erosion. An enjoyable stroll in the countryside can be spoilt by eyesores such as bulky refuse, broken plants and vandalism on trees. More awareness should be raised as to how to report such vandalism. We must not be afraid to be the voice of our environment. As Pope Francis said, “Creation is not a property, which we can rule over at will… Creation is a gift so that we care for it and use it for the benefit of all, always with great respect and gratitude. Safeguard Creation. Because if we destroy Creation, Creation will destroy us!”



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