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Wrigley Winner – Video 15-18yrs: Vox Populi

submitted by St Clare College Gzira Boys Secondary School : Anthony Grech, Leeon Francalanza, Owen Sciriha, Terence Zammit  for 15-18
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Video Clips

”Which area of Gzira do you think is the most polluted?” and ”How is this effecting you or your health?” These were the two questions that our ‘journalists’ set out to investigate. So, they took to the streets of Gzira and asked the people what they think about the pollution in the area and most importantly how this is directly effecting their health.

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Wrigley Winner – Video 19-21yrs: Splashed by Trash

submitted by Eco-Centre Zejtun : Cherise Caruana, Emma Scicluna, Francesco Pavia, Johann Camilleri, Rossella Caruana  for 19+
dissemination(s): Facebook page, meeting with MTG, other, website
filed under Video Clips

Our sea is a jewel, a treasure. It is our leisure and it provides us with food. But we cannot forget that our sea is also a habitat for thousand of species.

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Articles 11-14 years Commended Entry – Schools turning greener- everybody can invest!

submitted by St. Margaret's College Girls' Secondary School Zejtun : Elinor Micallef  for 11-14
dissemination(s): assemblies, newspaper, Notice boards and social media, other, school magazine, school media, website
filed under Articles

This article investigates the use of solar energy in Malta with specific emphasis on how schools can help in the production of this renewable source of energy.

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Articles 11-14 years Commended Entry – Trees are the lungs of our Earth – Eco-School Project

submitted by St.Albert the Great Collega : Adriel Benito  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media, website
filed under Articles

This article will focus on the importance of trees in our life and that of our Mother Earth. It will speak about a project initiated by our school, St.Albert the Great College, to create more green space in Valletta Malta’s capital city. The aim of the project is three fols- to give us students the chance to work hands on with nature,to promote awareness with all our class-mates and to be able to pass a living message to other people to think about and preserve trees. The research and this project enabled our Eko Skola team to understand many important details regarding trees which before were elusive. It also made us appreciate each and every tree we see a bit more as now we see them in a new light.

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Photos 11-14 years Commended Entry -Fertilisers… Do they actually fertilise?

submitted by St. Margaret's College Girls' Secondary School Zejtun : Erika Esposito  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, Notice boards and social media, other, School assemblies, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos

When one research the definition of a fertiliser the most frequent answer is a substance which helps the plant to grow by supplying the necessary minerals. Yet, one has to make an important distinction between organic and inorganic fertilisers. Being natural, organic fertilisers harm the environment much less compared to inorganic ones. This is because; they are made up from natural sources such as manure and compost. On the other hand, inorganic fertilizers cause fertiliser burns, water pollution by the leaching of nitrates leading to health problems such as the blue baby syndrome and also increase the amount of pests. So, think twice what the best option is… getting healthier plants with some more waiting time for their development or getting plants bigger at a faster rate but causing health problems and a great deal of harm to the environment?

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