1st place Litter less Campaign

The Trash Around Us

submitted by Birgu Malta St Edward's College : Samuel Borg Barthet  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, school media, Social Media, website
filed under Articles
awarded: 1st place Litter less Campaign

Student investigate why do people dispose of their rubbish in an improper way.He also interviews Ms. Ghislaine Calleja from Get Trashed Malta after a Clean Up he took part in to promote the Litter Less Campaign in the Community.



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‘Litter Less’ in Maria Regina College Secondary School. Using waste creatively to make a student friendly garden

submitted by Maria Regina College Mosta : Ilona Sciberras; Nicole Fenech  for Age Group: 15-18
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): Mosta local council noticeboard adn Ekoskola facebook page, other, school noticeboard, school media, website
filed under Articles
awarded: 1st place Litter less Campaign, WasteServ Award

The EkoSkola group of Maria Regina College Mosta regenerated the out-of-bounds school garden which is now being opened regularly during breaks, lessons and various activities. The garden was given a facelift, new hedges planted and lots of seating areas, decorations, bird feeding stations, cat shelters etc were created using recycled material. The scope was that of making the garden more welcoming, but also to create awareness about the importance of Reusing waste since there is a huge problem of litter generation and disposal in the Maltese Islands.



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Litter is Money – Invest Wisely

submitted by St Monica School B'Kara : Alexia Micallef, Emily Borg, Emma Cilia Debono, Kacey Wadge, Laura Rossitto, Mariah Deguara, Nicole Pisani, Valentina Vella  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, youtube
filed under Campaigning video Video Clips
awarded: 1st place Litter less Campaign

This video is mainly promoting the fact that when people are more cautious and depose litter appropriately they are actually and indirectly using their money wisely. The problem of litter is truly a Maltese plague and people must realise that they are literally throwing away their money collected through taxes. In order to help the all students residing in Malta become more aware of this unbearable situation, we as form 4 Media Studies students at St Monica School B’Kara came up with this idea that once people realise that it’s all boils down to money unfortunately then they might do something about it.



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