Dance to the Beat but Beat the Litter

submitted by St Nicholas College Secondary School ─Žad-Dingli : Jay Agius  for 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): college fb page, other, school media
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sustainable development goal(s): climate action, life below water, life on land, responsible consumption and production, sustainable cities and communities
filed under Articles
awarded: Best Entry


In this article Jay investigates the environmental impact of mass music events on the Environment. Data was mostly collected through an interview with Mr Lionel Gerada, Artistic Director of Malta Tourism Authority, responsible for the organisation of mass music events in Malta. This article shows the complexity of keeping a balance between attracting tourists to Malta and trying to respect our environment. It also takes a glimpse at how international mass music events organisers are trying to tackle this issue.

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