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Farewell, My Precious!

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Anna Maria McDonnell  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): Facebook and Noticeboard, other, school media, website
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: Commended

As civilisation develops, green areas and places of natural beauty are being compromised and are diminishing to drastic points. Our interaction with nature should leave environments in a healthy or better state, rather than damaging it.

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Home Sweet Home

submitted by Maria Regina College Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre : Shaun Grech  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): Facebook, noticeboard, other, school media, website
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: 1st place Litter less Campaign

This snail’s natural habitat is supposed to be surrounded by plants and other animals and not waste. The overuse of plastics and their careless disposal into our environment is leading to it having extensively infiltrated our food chain and natural spaces. Moreover, animals such as this snail are ending up in the wrong place such as in this case, the plastic bottle, and are eventually left to die.

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The Dark Side

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Alessandro Vella  for 15-18
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): Facebook and Noticeboard, other, school media, website
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: Commended

A number of places of natural beauty are being tainted for the sake of progress. A location rich in natural resources is being abused and damaged with materials that can contaminate the environment.

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Building Homes for Solitary Bees

submitted by Maria Regina Secondary School Zokrija : Aurelio Pellegrino, Jayden Zammit and Lara Camilleri, Margherita di Giovine, Martina Schembri, Shaznay Said  for 11-14
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Articles
awarded: Finalist

A group of year 9 students studying Agribusiness have constructed some bee houses made of wooden pallets and bamboo reeds. The aim of this project is to increase chances of solitary bee reproduction. Various studies have shown that the world bee population is decreasing due to various factors such as temporal mismatches as well as the introduction of alien species. Solitary bees are different from honey bees because the former do not live in groups and do not produce any honey.

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Qattara Site

submitted by Gharb Primary School : Ali Aydin, Alyssia Cardona, Annmarie Bugeja, Charlton Caruana, Demi Anne Depasquale, Edward Hoggin, Ian Camenzuli, Joel Camilleri, Joslanne Haber, Matthew Drury, Nikos Stellini Formosa, Sebastian Xerri, Sven Calleja, Zack Camilleri  for 7-10
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Articles

Qattara Project

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