Age Group: 15-18

1st Place YRE – Video 15-18yrs: Report on Organic Waste Management at Our School

submitted by The Archbishop's Seminary : EkoSkola Committee  for Age Group: 15-18
dissemination(s): school magazine, school media, website
filed under Video Clips

The Archbishop’s Seminary in Rabat, Malta, is a large institution comprising of a primary and secondary school and the major seminary. The kitchen of the major seminary alone generates between 1 and 2 kilos of organic waste every day. The accumulation of food left-overs in the rubbish bin of the seminary kitchen was video recorded and disseminated throughout the school as part of the Wrigley – Litter Less Campaign. An interview was then organised between the students, and the Seminary Rector, Fr Jimmy, asking about the possibility of converting organic waste into compost.



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2nd Place YRE – Video 15-18yrs: Operantes Ad Finem

submitted by St Clare College, Boys' Secondary School, Gzira : EkoSkola Committee  for Age Group: 15-18
dissemination(s): school media, website
filed under Video Clips

A short video clip portraying the work undertaken by the EkoSkola students to enhance the school’s environment. We started by pinpointing the actions to be taken and the activities to be carried out, in order to improve the school’s environment, with particular attention to the school garden.



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1st Place Wrigley – Video 15-18yrs: Saving Nature in 3 Minutes

submitted by ST. Margaret College Girls' Secondary School Zejtun : Angelina Yurieva Dimitrova, Celine Camilleri, Graziella Chetcuti, Martina Mifsud  for Age Group: 15-18
dissemination(s): assemblies, Facebook, other, school magazine, website
filed under Video Clips

Four students, disguised as Inspectors, take their audience on a trip across Malta in hopes to reveal shocking consequences, simple and at first glance ‘innocent, activities harmful not only to humans, but to the eco-system as a whole. Moving from one location to another, our aim was to show our viewers that these horrible scenes seem to follow us no matter where we go, remaining as traces of human activities that leave behind an ugly scar on the beautiful face of Nature. Through this project, we hope to open the eyes of those around us and deliver a message to all generations – “We are ready to take action and, as your children, we hope that you will join your forces together with ours and give us the opportunity to live in a clean environment”.



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2nd Place Wrigley – Video 15-18yrs: Do’s and Don’ts of Recycling

submitted by ST. Margaret College Girls' Secondary School Zejtun : Nicole Buttigieg  for Age Group: 15-18
dissemination(s): Facebook, newspaper, other, School assemblies, school magazine
filed under Video Clips

Everyone seems to know what to recycle and not… but in reality is this properly done? This video investigates what is present in ordinary and recycling bags which were to be trashed on an ordinary day. Check for yourself by watching this video in order to find the truth. Remember… Do not trash our future. Recycle!



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