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Open air bathroom for free…

submitted by Gozo College Girls Secondary School : Nicole Micallef  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school website url:http://ads.skola.edu.mt/news/2013 2014/24FEB/Openairbathroom.html etwinning url:http://new twinspace.etwinning.net/c/portal/layout?p_l_id=30135526&p_p_id=33&p_p_lifecycle=0&, school magazine, school media, website
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Want to have a bath with a view?!! ….. Easy, follow the main road to Marsalforn from Victoria and there you are. You can even have company. Two bath tubs, one inside the other, in the valley, on the right hand side of the road. To compliment, two car batteries, perhaps to have some light? What’s going on? Aren’t people aware of the Civic Amenity Sites or free pickup from our homes? Was it easier and closer to dump here? Why are people not proud enough of the countryside? Shouldn’t harsh penalties be enforced? Lot of money, taxes we pay, are being spent to clean up such dumping. Costs increase and damage done gets worse with time. Attention: a countryside full of relics will not be nice to walk through. Let’s all put in our efforts to, educate, report, and give a hand where necessary to stop dumping and littering.



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The Start of a Scrapyard

submitted by St Edward's College : Justin Xerri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, school magazine, school media
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As I was riding my bike, I saw this old, dusted, damaged car in the middle of a field. I was shocked that the car was surrounded with flowers. It looked like nature provided a tomb for this car that was not ‘scrapped’ properly. Even though nature remedied the ugly with flowers, I worry that others will follow this example and use this field as a scrap yard in the future.



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A Powerful Contrast

submitted by St Edward's College : Jeremy Balzan  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, website
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Flowers can’t blossom properly here – Selmun Malta. It shows clearly that mankind is making its affect on nature. Plants can’t grow properly and it is such a shame that this is happening because nature is the best gift God has given us. A Powerful Contrast – Selmun Malta. It is clearly showing us the contrast between nature and the destruction of it. People should stop using this area as their “dust bin” and start taking care of the environment. Nothing can grow under that – Hal far Malta. It is showing that the rubbish left behind by humans is destroying and changing the way nature grows. It is showing us that humans aren’t taking care of nature.  They are also not taking the responsibility of cleaning their own environment. What humans are doing to nature- unfortunately some irresponsible people are destroying nature every day.



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If a statue could speak, this one would!

submitted by St Edward's College : Matthew Xerri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, website
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I noticed this statue when I was walking, overflowing with car parts. This started off by being a a peaceful garden however after car parts came in the market, the peace was broken. This garden is changing into a junkyard. Would’t this place be better if trees and flowers were surrounding this statue?



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People Still throw garbage out

submitted by St.Michael School : Sheldon Saliba  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine
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In these days we still find some people who can’t resist throwing garbage out where ever they are. I don’t know why they do it because they’re only harming their selves and other people. Maybe they are not so aware of this thing so we must raise more awareness about this thing. We should tell these people that by throwing out their garbage they are only destroying our habitats and nature. By doing so they are increasing the amount of rats and cockroaches and this is not sanitary healthy. I hope that one day everyone will learn and stop before it’s too late.



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