Posted September 10, 2018 06:08:37 Desert Institute students and teachers will be taking over the desert from 2019-20 at a cost of $1.2 million.
The institute, which was set up in the 1980s to study the effects of climate change, is looking to expand beyond its existing campus in the town of Wadi Qumran in the central desert.
A large portion of the institute’s annual budget will be spent on a new building at the desert institute campus at Wadi Umm Al Qaim, located in the desert near the city of Abu Dhabi.
The building will be called the Desert Institute Building and will have an interior with an innovative design, a large glass roof and a green roof with a sunroof.
It will house a new student facility, a new office and a new cafeteria.
It will also house a lecture hall for students.
The institute is also looking at a new lab and a classroom.
“We are building the desert academy, but it’s not going to be a desert academy,” the institute director, Ahmad Bin Abdullah Al Thani, said at a news conference on Thursday.
The university will have a building in the centre of the desert, but the desert will not be the only location for the institute.
“This desert academy will be the home of the Desert University,” he added.