ALA Students Perform at COP 28 in Dubai

In December 2023, six ALA students and Ms. Louise Saunders (Head of Department, Creative Arts) traveled to Dubai to perform at the Zayed Sustainability Prize Awards Ceremony. Hear more about the trip to Dubai below from Louise and Tanatsiwa Christabel Dube ’22 (Zimbabwe).

The Zayed Sustainability Prize honors groundbreaking innovators and visionaries whose accomplishments have advanced the adoption of renewable energy solutions. In 2019, two ALA students, Jesse Forrester ’17 (Kenya) and Wuntia Gomda, were recognized as winners of the Zayed Sustainability Prize for Global High Schools, Sub-Saharan Africa, receiving $100,000 for their project, The Living Machine, a sustainable wastewater treatment system.

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