Earth Day 2021: Together, we will restore our earth!

Apr 22, 2021



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New Fitness Centre launched

A launch of the new Fitness Centre was held on Tuesday morning. Members from Vassallo, together with the administration of St. Aloysius College and P.E teachers of the school were present. The new fitness centre is part of a major investment in sport complex...

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The importance of joining forces in the fight for climate change and restoring (or saving) Mother Earth is nothing new.  Over the past 51 years, on an international level, Earth Day has been at the forefront of environmental activism. The movement’s mission is “to diversify, educate and activate the environmental movement worldwide.”

Earth Day reminds each and every one of us that the Earth and its ecosystems provide us with life and sustenance. At the end of the day, a healthy planet is not an option – it is a necessity.

Restore our Earth is this year’s designated theme. The focus is on natural processes, emerging green technologies, and innovative thinking that can effectively restore the world’s ecosystems.

As they say every drop of effort counts. Here at our College, a number of activities and initiatives have once again been organised to raise awareness within the community, with students taking an active role as responsible young citizens.

The EkoSkola Committee at our Primary School had put forward a challenge based on this scholastic year’s theme (waste), as part of the LitterLess Campaign organised by Young Reporters for the Environment.
As our students’ work testifies, it is our responsibility to learn about sustainable development and sustainable solutions.
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