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Qatar’s Young Innovator Awarded to Promote Climate Sustainability-Doha News

The enthusiastic participation of students in QEERI’s Young Innovator Awards (YIA) heralds the improvement of climate sustainability.

In the third edition of YIA, sponsored by the Qatar Foundation’s Qatar Institute for Environmental Energy (QEERI), more than 600 students from schools across the country have creative ideas on how to solve environmental problems in Qatar and the Gulf region. I participated.

The theme of this year’s contest was “Old problems, new solutions: the next big thing in the energy-water-environment connection?” Due to its decisive nature, this topic has brought together a wide variety of schools and students to find the ultimate solution.

YIA is one of QEERI’s many strategies to challenge communities and young people to think creatively about ways to improve the environment and the planet as a whole.

This award is part of QEERI’s flagship forum, the International Conference on Sustainable Energy-Water-Environment, Nexus, Desert Climate 2021. Alongside this award, the conference has gained distinction and recognition between international and local schools, motivating students to participate.

Anna Jerry Manatra of Rajajiri Public School, who won first place in the senior category, said: YIA is definitely a unique learning experience. “

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The YIA2021 jury consisted of pioneers in Qatar’s industry and research disciplines, including experts from Qatar’s Texas A & M University, Kahramaa-Tarsheed, QEERI, TotalEnergies, and the Ministry of Public Health.

Dr. Marc Vermeersch, Executive Director of QEERI, said: Mission. “

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