Age Group: 11-14

In 20 years’ time we might no longer have farmers!

submitted by St Ignatius middle school : Nicole Farrugia  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): other,school noticeboard
filed under Articles

The article speaks about the decreasing amount of farmers, A lot of people are choosing other jobs instead of farming, This is due to the low pay of farmers and it is also a difficult job.



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Bees are life!

submitted by St Ignatius middle school : Salma Elsadi  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): other,school noticeboard
filed under Articles

The article is about the decline of the Maltese honey bee which is caused by the extreme use of pesticide on crops. This means that humanity depends on the bees’ life. If bees didn’t exist humans wouldn’t either



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Pesticides versus the Environment

submitted by St Ignatius middle school : Justin Camilleri  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): other,school noticeboard
filed under Articles

The article is about pesticides harming the environment. Pesticides have gases which are toxic to the environment. Right now people are trying to make pesticides which are safe to use.



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Farmers wasting our veggies to make further profits

submitted by St Ignatius middle school : Miguel Caruana  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): other,school noticeboard
filed under Articles

The article is about how much food is being wasted in the Maltese islands. A lot of people are suffering from this they don’t have none to eat. Not only restaurants waste food but even farmers They do this so that their products are more rare and more expensive.



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Pests be gone!

submitted by St Ignatius middle school : Miguel Muscat  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): other,school noticeboard
filed under Articles

Pesticides are a danger to humans. Pesticides can be avoided by using sheep wool. You can wrap it around trees so the insects won’t harm.



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Carob for life

submitted by St Ignatius middle school : Nicole Camenzuli  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): other,school noticeboard
filed under Articles

Carob trees are healthy because it is low in sugar. The seeds are used because it contains a type of gum. It is used as a natural additive with many food products.



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Natural Park or Waste Disposal Site? My investigation …

submitted by St. Joseph School Sliema (Senior Section) : Elena Calleja  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): school media
filed under Articles
awarded: Participation

This article is an evaluation of the state of the Ta Cenc natural park. The reporter discovered waste disposed in a number of areas in this site and was impressed by the neglect of this precious location.



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Derelict House

submitted by St. Joseph School Sliema (Senior Section) : Elena Calleja  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): school media, website
filed under Campaigning photo Photos
awarded: Commended

The sorry state of some beautiful old houses in Sliema is brought into perspective in this photo. Most houses are not lived in and they serve as rubbish dumps attracting rodents, insects while being an eyesore to the community.



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The Sky is the Limit .. or so they say

submitted by St. Joseph School Sliema (Senior Section) : Elena Calleja  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): school media, website
filed under Articles
awarded: Commended

The article is an observation of the environment around the school and the effects of building sites and construction on both the students and the residents of the locality.



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Greens Greens ….. Nothing but Buildings

submitted by Middle School Naxxar : Sara Debono, Tamara Pavia  for Age Group: 11-14
campaign: YRE Entry
dissemination(s): school magazine
filed under Articles
awarded: Participation

This article covers the issue related to overpopulation whereby tall buildings are taking over many green areas in Malta.



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