Past Entries

Litter store in nature

submitted by secondary school St Benedict College : Aiden Saliba  for 11-14
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): other, Social Media
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: Participation

As you can see, we are not taking care of the earth and it is our responsibility. Therefore, if we want to have a clean earth and not a dirty one, we have to stop littering and take care of the earth.



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Reusable present wrappings – a gift to the environment

submitted by Immaculate Conception School St. Jeanne Antide College Tarxien : Dea Lia (Committee President)  for 11-14
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): other, school media, website, Youtube channel
filed under campaigning-video video-clips
awarded: YREstayshome

Reusable present wrappings – a gift to the environment! The video is a collaborative online project between the students of the Eco committee of Immaculate Conception School who used their wits and knowledge of online platforms to create a campaign aimed at reducing gift wrapping paper by offering simple but creative alternative gift wrapping ideas. These include reusing old fabric in order to design and sew reusable fabric bags which can be passed on with the gift itself. Everyone loves gifts, including our environment! #YREstayshome YRE competition 2020 This year's entry for the Young Reporters for the Environment competition. Well done to the eko-skola committee – especially our hard working and innovative young ladies who are always ready to think green for a sustainable environment :)Great team work! Gepostet von Immaculate Conception Secondary School – St. Jeanne Antide College Tarxien am Sonntag, 31. Mai 2020    



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Turn Off the Lights!

submitted by Verdala International School : Alexander Westrin, Michael Samaha  for 15-18
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): Bye Bye Plastic Bags (global team from Bali) newsletter, other, school media
filed under campaigning-video video-clips
awarded: Finalist

This video was created before Earth hour in March, and the main message is to spread awareness of the importance to turn off your lights when there is natural sunlight available, because lightbulbs use up a lot of power which ultimately causes pollution created by the power plants.



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Dear Earth

submitted by Verdala International School : Alexander Westrin, Michael Samaha  for 15-18
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): school media
filed under reporting-video video-clips
awarded: Participation

This video was uploaded on Earth Day as an appreciation for our beautiful world and our amazing planet. Thank you mother nature for providing us the best gift of all to live in such an amazing planet, and we promise we will continue to do our best to protect you as much as possible from pollution, plastic waste and so many other issues present today.



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The Truth about Pollution

submitted by Verdala International School : Alexander Westrin, Michael Samaha  for 15-18
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): school media
filed under reporting-video video-clips
awarded: YREstayshome

  Pollution is no doubt a global issue which must me solved once and for all. Everyday our world is changing and we cannot let our beautiful blue skies turn into unpleasant orange smog which currently exists in some places in our world. This video discusses the actions we all can do to cut down the amount of pollution and ways we can be more sustainable and think more about the environment. There are also images showing how our entire world will look like if nothing is done.        



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A dangerous Camouflage

submitted by St.Thomas More College Secondary School Santa Lucia : Eko Skola Members  for 11-14
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): facebook pages of the school, other, school media, YRE Malta
filed under campaigning-photo Photos
awarded: YREstayshome

What man can see; animals might not…. a dangerous camouflage.



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Il-pesta tal-plastik

submitted by secondary school St Benedict College : Joseph Farrugia  for 11-14
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): + Local Council notice board, newspaper, other
filed under Articles
awarded: Finalist

An investigation on the damage caused by plastic littering and the use of single use plastic, and what is being done to address the problem.



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The Glove

submitted by St.Thomas More College Secondary School Santa Lucia : Eko Skola Members  for 11-14
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): facebook pages of the school, other, school media, YRE Malta
filed under campaigning-photo Photos
awarded: Finalist, YREstayshome

The Glove: Don’t suffocate the world with plastic; let it breathe



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Help! Before time runs out!

submitted by secondary school St Benedict College : Aaliyah Ghigo, Abigale Gioa, Amy Farrugia  for 11-14
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, other, parents' office noticeboards and doors
filed under campaigning-photo Photos
awarded: Commended

This is not something which we wished for. Instead of plants and flowers growing, we have trash. We have to take care of the environment because even animals are being affected by this trash that is piling up in our nature. Animals are dying. Wildlife animals may be gone from the wild within our lifetime. Please take care of the wildlife animals as they are a big part of this world! Don`t be greedy it is time to be greeny!! Your voice matters!!



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Distorted Perspective. Can we keep on turning our back on the marine plastic pandemic?

submitted by G.F Abela Junior College University of Malta : Marie Therese Pavia  for 15-18
campaign: litter-less-campaign-entry
dissemination(s): newspaper, school media, tv, website
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: Finalist

Whilst admiring the beauty of mother nature, we cannot keep on ignoring the plastic polluting it. Plastic washed ashore on our beaches is just the tip of the iceberg… much more lies in the seas and cannot be seen. But its poisoning effect on the seas and on each one of us can still be perceived.



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