15th EkoSkola Parliament Session

June 4, 2021

The 15th Virtual Extraordinary EkoSkola Parliament took place today 4th June 2021,  on the eve on World Environment day.  Last year, COVID-19 restrictions have prevented the organisation of the traditional annual EkoSkola Parliament Session during which EkoSkola students meet Members of Parliament face to face to discuss ways of improving the quality of life in our schools and our country. However, true to our commitment to give voice to young people and in response to the request of the same students... 

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EkoSkola students audit the Office of the Prime Minister at Auberge de Castille

June 1, 2021

A group of six EkoSkola students from St. Ignatius College Middle School accompanied by their educators carried out an environmental audit at the Office of the Prime Minister and other areas within Auberge de Castille, including the quarters of Hon. Dr. Carmelo Abela, Minister within the Office of the Prime Minister. Accompanied by their teachers and the EkoSkola coordination team, the students toured and examined the building and audited various areas including; the front offices, the reception... 

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10th Edition of the Eco-Schools Young People’s Summit

May 21, 2021

We care about our future Nature Trust FEE-Malta holds the 10th edition of the Eco-Schools Young People’s Summit 14th May 2021 Thirty schools participated in the virtual edition of the Eco-Schools Young People’s Summit. The 10th edition of this Summit was organised by Nature Trust – FEE Malta through its ESD international programme EkoSkola. The event provided students participating in the EkoSkola programme with the opportunity to voice their concerns about several current issues namely;... 

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Green Flag Awards hosted by the President of Malta

March 2, 2021

Hybrid Green Flag Award Ceremony 2021 44 schools receive the internationally acclaimed Green Flag Award  Resilience in times of pandemic   In a ceremony presided over by the President of Malta, H.E. Dr George Vella a total of 48 schools received recognition for bringing a marked positive change in their school communities. Gozo College Secondary School, Gozo College Xewkija Primary School, Maria Regina College Naxxar Primary School, QSI International School of Malta, and St Nicholas College Baħrija... 

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The Trash Hack Campaign

February 8, 2021

The Foundation for Environmental Education has partnered with the UNESCO Associated Schools Network to make a global call for action and to invite all members to engage in action learning on trash, waste management and, more widely, sustainable development. The global campaign “Trash Hack” encourages young people to take action to promote sustainable development, reflect on their actions, and share their learnings. Trash Hacks are easy actions to reduce waste which can lead to big ideas... 

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