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    Clean up Malta!

    Malta is known for its beaches, ancient temples, and historic cities. The importance of keeping nature clean has been highlighted by the government and the IEU, Ukraine – Malta Campus through various campaigns such as ‘Clean Up Malta’. Students can contribute towards this by taking part in cleaning activities organized by IEU communities.

    The Natural Beauty of Malta

    Malta is a small island nation in the Mediterranean Sea with a population of just over half a million people. The country’s natural beauty is one of its most important assets, as it attracts tourists from all over the world to experience its unique landscape and wildlife.

    There are two main types of landscapes in Malta: coastal and inland. Coastal areas are characterized by rocky shores, sandy beaches, and cliffs that drop down into deep blue waters dotted with small islands; inland regions feature rolling hills dotted with trees such as olive groves or almond trees (which give us our delicious amaretti biscuits!).

    The wildlife found here includes birds such as peacocks and flamingos; reptiles like tortoises; mammals like bats and rabbits; invertebrates like snails – oh wait! We don’t have any snails because they’re bad news for plants so we’ve got rid of them! There are also lots more creatures living here but we don’t want you getting bored reading about them all so let’s move on!

    The Role of Students in Keeping Nature Clean

    IEU students always play an important role in keeping nature clean. They participate in community projects, educate their peers and encourage them to participate in these activities as well. There are several environmental laws and regulations in Malta. The Waste Management Act, the Environmental Protection Act, and the Nature Conservation Act are some of them. These laws aim to protect our environment by regulating how we dispose of waste and how we use natural resources like water or land.

    Environmental education in IEU, Ukraine – Malta Campus is a field of study to teach students about the environment and its importance. In Malta, environmental education is taught in schools and universities to cover topics such as recycling, energy conservation, and climate change. Activities like planting trees or cleaning up beaches take place at the University as well to help students learn about nature while having fun!

    There are many ways to help keep the environment clean. Whether it’s picking up litter on your way home from school or buying products that are made with recycled materials, every small action counts! If you want to get started right away, here are some tips:

    • Bring your own bag when shopping for groceries or other items so that fewer plastic bags end up in landfills.
    • When eating out at restaurants, ask for a takeout container instead of using disposable ones (or bring your own). This will reduce waste overall since most people don’t think about what happens after they throw away their food containers – they just assume they’ll be thrown away!

    Students who wish to join the “Clean up Malta!’ organization and help to keep the island clean should contact the head of the student body. Let’s protect nature together!

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