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Filipino students hailed at the 2019 Zayed Sustainability Prize

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Jan. 14, 19 | 12:21 pm

The Philippines has yet another big reason to celebrate 2019 as a group of young Filipino students from Muntinlupa National High School brought pride to the country by winning the 2019 Zayed Sustainability Prize at the ongoing World Future Energy Summit.

The Muntinlupa National High School was one of the only four schools shortlisted to win the Global High Schools category – East Asia and Pacific. Their project was a proposal to build a solar-powered micro-farm with photo-bioreactors to promote efficient algae cultivation for algae products that provide feedstock and are related to energy, water, food, and health.

Muntinlupa National High School joins this year’s list of winners for the 2019 Zayed Sustainability Prize which includes the following entities:

– We Care Solar (Health Category)
– BBOXX (Energy Category)
– Sanku (Food Category)
– ECOSOFTT (Water Category)
– Gymnasium Goethe (Global High School Category – Europe and Central Asia)
– American School Of Dubai (Global High School Category – Middle East and North Africa)
– African Leadership Academy ( Global High School Category – Sub- Saharan Africa)
– SECMOL (Global High School Category – South Asia)
– The Impact School (Global High School Category – The Americas)

In 2008’s World Future Energy Summit, HH General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces of the UAE, launched the Zayed Future Energy Prize as a tribute to his father, the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan and his legacy of sustainability in the UAE.

Fast forward to the present, the Zayed Sustainability Prize, managed by Masdar in Abu Dhabi has brought forth world-class, innovative, renewable energy solutions.

Photos from Consul Rowena Pangilinan-Daquipil and WFES

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