Environmental

Environment

Biodiversity underpins the provision of clean air, water and food, and helps mitigate climate change. It also supports human health and adds value to the economy by providing jobs in agriculture, industry, tourism and leisure, and many other sectors via payment through ecosystem services.

Our Commitment

Increase the measuring and reporting scope of our Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Implement biodiversity conservation and preservation through Gamuda Parks
Arboretum and congregation of arborists for nature expansion
Emphasis on biodiversity throughout our construction life cycle
Strong guardianship of Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands

Promote renewable energy at our developments

Encourage advanced tree planting to ensure new trees are introduced to the environment at our developments rather than displacing it
Promote environmental education, especially to the younger generation
Monitor and study IUCN Red List species

Our Commitment

Increase the measuring and reporting scope of our Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Implement biodiversity conservation and preservation through Gamuda Parks
Arboretum and congregation of arborists for nature expansion
Emphasis on biodiversity throughout our construction life cycle
Strong guardianship of Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands
Promote renewable energy at our developments
Encourage advanced tree planting to ensure new trees are introduced to the environment at our developments rather than displacing it
Promote environmental education, especially to the younger generation
Monitor and study IUCN Red List species

Performance Highlights

1
Development of Gamuda Parks Arboretum to regenerate plant or tree species that suit the habitat. As a Group, we have targeted to plant 1 Million trees by the year 2030.
2
Tap the native knowledge of indigenous people and professional studies by arborists to cultivate species in the living tree museum.
3
Guardianship of Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands - 244 bird species, 12 mammals, 19 reptiles; about 90% of living species in the world live around wetlands.
4
Participate in the IUCN Red List Species Conservation since 2018.
5
>5% replanted with 14 endangered tree species.
6
Through advanced tree planting 5,975 native species planted.
7
Planted 280,000 trees in Urban Green Reserve >1,600 acres.
8
Formed as much as 35% landscaped area in Gamuda developments.
9
Developed Tree Preservation Survey Tree planting, an interactive nature board with QR code application, tree tagging and topsoil harvesting.
10
Launched the Plate to Plant Campaign to reduce and repurpose food waste generated throughout Gamuda's offices and developments.
11
Installed food-composting machines to collect up to 100kg of food waste daily at each Gamuda sites, processed into organic compost for landscapes in Gamuda developments.
12
Participated in the Penang's Inaugural Climate Action Week 2019 Riverside Clean-up Programme with 175kg of trash collected.
13
Collected and repurposed >7,700kg of fabric waste from Menara Gamuda, twentyfive.7, Jade Hills, Kundang Estates, HighPark Suites and Gamuda Cove.
14
Monthly Recycling Drive with Tzu Chi Foundation.

  1. Development of Gamuda Parks Arboretum to regenerate plant or tree species that suit the habitat. As a Group, we have targeted to plant 1 Million trees by the year 2030.
  2. Tap the native knowledge of indigenous people and professional studies by arborists to cultivate species in the living tree museum.
  3. Guardianship of Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands - 244 bird species, 12 mammals, 19 reptiles; about 90% of living species in the world live around wetlands.
  4. Participate in the IUCN Red List Species Conservation since 2018.
  5. >5% replanted with 14 endangered tree species.
  6. Through advanced tree planting 5,975 native species planted.
  7. Planted 280,000 trees in Urban Green Reserve >1,600 acres.
  8. Formed as much as 35% landscaped area in Gamuda developments.
  9. Developed Tree Preservation Survey Tree planting, an interactive nature board with QR code application, tree tagging and topsoil harvesting.
  10. Launched the Plate to Plant Campaign to reduce and repurpose food waste generated throughout Gamuda's offices and developments.
  11. Installed food-composting machines to collect up to 100kg of food waste daily at each Gamuda sites, processed into organic compost for landscapes in Gamuda developments.
  12. Participated in the Penang's Inaugural Climate Action Week 2019 Riverside Clean-up Programme with 175kg of trash collected.
  13. Collected and repurposed >7,700kg of fabric waste from Menara Gamuda, twentyfive.7, Jade Hills, Kundang Estates, HighPark Suites and Gamuda Cove.
  14. Monthly Recycling Drive with Tzu Chi Foundation.

  • Development of Gamuda Parks Arboretum to regenerate plant or tree species that suit the habitat. As a Group, we have targeted to plant 1 Million trees by the year 2030.
  • Tap the native knowledge of indigenous people and professional studies by arborists to cultivate species in the living tree museum.
  • Guardianship of Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands - 244 bird species, 12 mammals, 19 reptiles; about 90% of living species in the world live around wetlands.
  • Participate in the IUCN Red List Species Conservation since 2018.
  • >5% replanted with 14 endangered tree species.
  • Through advanced tree planting 5,975 native species planted.
  • Planted 280,000 trees in Urban Green Reserve >1,600 acres.
  • Formed as much as 35% landscaped area in Gamuda developments.
  • Developed Tree Preservation Survey Tree planting, an interactive nature board with QR code application, tree tagging and topsoil harvesting.
  • Launched the Plate to Plant Programme to reduce and repurpose food waste generated throughout Gamuda's offices and developments.
  • Installed food-composting machines to collect up to 100kg of food waste daily at each Gamuda sites, processed into organic compost for landscapes in Gamuda developments.
  • Guardianship of Paya Indah Discovery Wetlands - 244 bird species, 12 mammals, 19 reptiles; about 90% of living species in the world live around wetlands.
  • Participate in the IUCN Red List Species Conservation since 2018.
  • >5% replanted with 14 endangered tree species.
  • Participated in the Penang's Inaugural Climate Action Week 2019 Riverside Clean-up Programme with 175kg of trash collected.
  • Collected and repurposed >7,700kg of fabric waste from Menara Gamuda, twentyfive.7, Jade Hills, Kundang Estates, HighPark Suites and Gamuda Cove.
  • Monthly Recycling Drive with Tzu Chi Foundation.
Emissions
Environmental and Biodiversity Conservation
IUCN Red List Species Conservation
Circular Economy
Environmental Conservation

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