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The Action Planet exhibition has landed! Students from state and non-state schools, MCAST, University of Malta, Malta Women Sound Network and Inspire have come together to explore what is affecting Malta’s sustainability and environment. The students have created photographs, media installations, apps, reports and art works looking at not only the negative impacts of human behaviour but also potential solutions which can help to improve our environment, health and wellbeing.The exhibition is supported by school workshops, family workshops and speaker events.

The exhibition officially opens to the public on Saturday 17th February, concluding on March 18th. The exhibition is supported by over 40 NGOs, organisations and government ministries including: The Ministry of Education and Employment; The Energy and Water Agency; Wasteserv, Get Trashed Malta, Global Green Events, Nature Trust - FEE Malta, Eco Schools, YRE Young Reporters for the Environment, LEAF, We Eat Responsibly and Blue Flag; BirdLife Malta, KOPIN, SOS Malta, The Malta National Aquarium, Esplora and many more!
The Action Planet exhibition and workshops form part of the Spazju Kreattiv season programme and are endorsed by Valletta 2018 - European City of Culture.
If you would like your school to visit the exhibition and attend the 2 corresponding workshops on 1st and 2nd March please visit:
The workshops are for students from age 7 through to secondary.
To find out more about family weekend workshops offered on 3rd and 4th March, please visit:
It’s Time to Take Action, It’s Time for Action Planet.
When attending this event please say you saw it mentioned on www.maltababyandkids.com
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