WER Award

Pesticides…Danger in a bottle but safe in my food?

submitted by Maria Regina College Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre : Harrison Bugeja  for Age Group: 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
filed under Photos
awarded: Best Entry, WER Award

Nowadays most farmers use more pesticides on crops to destroy insects, weeds, fungi, bacteria, and other things that feed on crops and spread diseases among others. Farmers are determined to gain profit as much as possible. Therefore they make sure that they get the crop yield they desire without considering the consequence of disregarding the harm they are causing to the environment and to consumers indirectly.



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Food is Precious, Don’t Waste it

submitted by San Gorg Preca College ─Žamrun Secondary School : Andre Caruana, Daniela Vella, Faith Vella, Jordan Grech, Kim Debono, Kurt Vella, Martina Pace, Noah Roberts, Sheriseann Mifsud  for Age Group: 15-18
dissemination(s): radio, school-magazine, school-media, tv, website
filed under Video Clips
awarded: Best Entry, WasteServ Award, WER Award

  The title itself explains itself on the importance to be responsible and sustainable on the food that we consume as it is indeed precious! The school’s EkoSkola Committee are taking part in the WasteServ School-Community Link Project – Promoting a Zero Waste Society in which through this and two other video in collaboration with the Video Production House Striped Sox, we are promoting the reduction of food waste and how to avoid it. This by creating awareness and also, giving tips and solutions on this. The EkoSkola team are also working on the We Eat Responsibly Project with this same theme of food waste which is being tackled via the production of a recipe booklet Sustainable Cooking including tips and ideas to preserve food and avoid wasting it as well as recipes of leftover food. The link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udxTMJnDgQI



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