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Press Kids Best Entry – Responsible Actions for a Better Environment

submitted by St. Francis Primary Cospicua - Malta : The Forest Team  for 7-10
dissemination(s): In the classrooms shown on the Interactive Boards, other, website, youtube
filed under Video Clips

At our school we try to do our best to instill in our students awareness for a better environment. As we believe that the implementation of actions of good practices are a benefit for them to learn how we can protect our trees and our environment so to combat deforestation. By means of the sowing of seeds activity, we enhanced the students’ awareness about the environmental and social importance of forest. For this reason we try to contribute to CO2 emissions and we want to reduce CO2 emissions. Thus we needed to implement educational activities which by means we need to make some changes in the way we live. We believe that these changes are important to be done together as a community as we are sure that small changes make big differences and thus result in great achievements.

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Press Kids Commended Entry – unGREATful

submitted by St Edward's College : Marcello Agius Muscat, Nicolo' Agius Muscat  for 7-10
dissemination(s): school magazine, school media, website
filed under Photos

After man extracted rock to build a GREAT house, the same man dumped back the remaining rock, packed in GREAT sacks, destroying nature itself. He is now left with a GREAT house, a GREAT loss of nature which is the source of all happiness and wealth, and this because he has been unGREATful.



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Press Kids Commended Entry – Our Countryside, What a Mess!

submitted by GOZO COLLEGE ZEBBUG PRIMARY : Year 5 Class  for
dissemination(s): School Assembly
filed under Articles

When you go out please make sure to take everything back with you…

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Harvesting rain water….a luxury or a necessity?

submitted by St Monica School Birkirkara : Louisa Grech  for 11-14
dissemination(s): Ekoskola noticeboard, other, school media, website
filed under Articles

Water is a scarce commodity in Malta. Rain water should be captured and the best way is to have cisterns in every house in order to collect rain water that falls on the roofs. At the same time, there is less possibility of flooding in our streets.

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So limited in space, so high in population

submitted by B'Kara St.Monica School : Lara Caruana Melbourne  for 11-14
dissemination(s): Ekoskola noticeboard, other, school media, website
filed under Articles

In view of Malta’s small size and relatively high population, the refurbishment of old, derelict houses is to be encouraged rather than further urbanization.

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