11-14

When human takes over nature

submitted by Handaq Secondary School St.Ignatius College : Jade Psaila  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, school noticeboard
filed under Photos

Racing horses can be a perfect example of when humans use nature as they please for their satisfaction. Sometimes horses are injected with various drugs to enhance their performance to win. An abuse of this substance can kill or permanently harm the horse. One can suggest to increase inspections during the races and medicine should be given only by the prescription of a veterinarian.



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Neolithic Times

submitted by Gozo College Girls Secondary School : Antonella Vella Muskat  for 11-14
dissemination(s): notice board, other, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

A huge broken pottery vase gets to spend the rest of its days enjoying the sun in the countryside. That is what its owner decided once it broke not bothering about other people’s opinion. The ‘not in my back yard’ mentality needs to be erased. The countryside is not a rubbish bin or dumpsite.



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Safari Relic

submitted by Gozo College Secondary School Victoria Gozo : Kimberly Stellini  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, school noticeboard, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

Temperate climate, majestic cliffs, crystal clear waters, lovely architecture and a rich history attract tourists from all around the world to the Maltese Islands. Why not a safari excursion to the quaint villages and rural surroundings with the infamous jeep shown? A one of a kind trip to the core of the Maltese countryside.



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Hedgehog’s life unfolding

submitted by St. Ignatius College Secondary Handaq : Francesca Gauci  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
filed under Photos

This picture show the students interested listening about the life of the hedgehod



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Capturing the moment

submitted by Secondary Handaq St.Ignatius College : Francesca Gauci  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
filed under Photos

This photo depicts the students concurrently taking photos of the hedgehog



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A whitefrightened hedgehog

submitted by st>ignstius College Secondary School : Aimee Mallia  for 11-14
dissemination(s): newspaper
filed under Photos

The photo portrays a hedgehog. This photo was taken during a class visit at Wied Ghollieqa



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Topsy Turvy Thinking

submitted by Gozo College Girls Secondary School : Elenia Jo Xiberras  for 11-14
dissemination(s): notice board, other, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

Time stands still in natural beauty spots away from the humble and jumble of routine life. One such spot is between Xagħra and Marsalforn Bay. However there is litter strewn all over the place and even an upside down sofa is present. How can someone go especially to such a place to throw their unwanted items?



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Camouflage

submitted by Gozo College Girls Secondary School : Elenia Jo Xiberras  for 11-14
dissemination(s): notice board, other, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

A walk in the countryside reveals that some citizens still have a long way to go or actually learn as regards proper disposal of unwanted items. The opening of civic amenity sites and free pick up of bulky items services do not seem to have been enough. Nature itself seems to be trying to give us a lesson with snails doing their best to camouflage the eyesore, the result of some arrogant citizen who purposely disposed of this sofa in the countryside. Is it so difficult to understand once and for all that preserving the outdoors is one simple way of safeguarding our future?



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Pollution Confusion

submitted by St. Thomas More College Secondary School Zejtun : Roxanne Poggi  for 11-14
dissemination(s): assembly, newspaper, other, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos

Murderers get harsh sentences in court yet; slow killing by pollution is neglected. Pollution is causing an increasingly amount of health hazard, leading to many deaths both to humanity but also to wildlife in general. Such causes are due to marine pollution which occurs when harmful chemicals leach from industrial, agricultural and residential waste but moreover from sea transport. In addition, this is causing an increasingly amount of air pollution, especially in regions where there is a lot of trade. We need to take care of our environment in order to be able to safe guard ourselves and the environment.



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Pollution Dilution

submitted by St. Thomas More College Secondary School Zejtun : Britney Marie Galea  for 11-14
dissemination(s): assembly, Facebook, newspaper, other, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos

To dilute means to reduce. That was the aim of the Emission Alert Campaign launched by Transport Malta in August 2005. Public awareness was used as the main source for reporting harmful vehicle emissions, which helped in reducing drastically vehicle emissions. Although, things took a downturn after 2008, this reporting scheme need to be introduced again. This will help citizens play an active role in decreasing air pollution. With a comprehensive pollution prevention program, one would be able to help build a sustainable city.



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