THE AFTERMATH OF CAMPING, AT THE COST OF THE ENVIRONMENT

submitted by DINGLI PRIMARY : Jean Pulis  for 7-10
campaign: yre-entry
dissemination(s): COLLEGE SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS, other, radio, school magazine, school media, website
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Dissemination description: Morning Assembly, Annual School Magazine (Tokka l-Kokka – June 2021), School website and St Nicholas College social media outlets (the students’ work has been published on the eBook Platform ‘Story Jumper’: https://dingliprimaryschool.wordpress.com/2021/03/01/young-reporters-for-the-environment-scholastic-year-2020-2021/?fbclid=IwAR0954Kt084OO9edj5nvdAj8tfSk3bo271XkOg6xwtlr-Ptwq9h72wSOlrg
sustainable development goal(s): good health and well being, life below water, life on land, responsible consumption and production, sustainable cities and communities
filed under Photos reporting-photo
awarded: Finalist


The rubbish skip is overflowing with trash. The waste is not separated and both the grey and the black garbage bags are thrown in the rubbish skip mixed together. This shows that waste is not discarded responsibly. Waste can be carried by wind or by animals, littering other spaces, leaving adverse impacts on the ecosystem and natural habitat of animals living in the surroundings. It is also a nuisance to the public eye.

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