Gamuda Green Plan


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.

Gamuda Green Plan is a comprehensive framework that charts tangible targets driven on environmental, social and governance (ESG) dimensions set forth over the next five years, with an extended view to 2030 and beyond.

The plan commits the entire Group to circular construction with specific steps to reduce direct and indirect corporate greenhouse gases emission intensity by 30% in 2025, and by 45% in 2030.

Course I: Personal Development for Career Sustainability

This course focuses on soft skills development and covers two modules: Personal Development and Career Development. Training is conducted in a classroom setting with creative approaches that encourage active participation from trainees for more effective learning. Lessons learned are then applied during practical training.

Course II: Job Skills Development

To develop their employability skills, a mock office with a simulation-based approach is set up at the academy so trainees may experience the corporate environment and their work in clerical, administrative, IT-related and research assistant roles. Practical training will be arranged for trainees with professional qualification during the second or third month of training.  Besides practical job training, basic work etiquette such as communication skills, accountability, teamwork and time management are taught in practical ways.

  • 21 years old and above
  • Official autism diagnosis or medical report from a registered psychologist/psychiatrist
  • Completed secondary school or tertiary education
  • Vocational aptitude suitable for administrative or professional jobs in a corporate setting
  • Applicants’ resume and diagnosis will be reviewed
  • Shortlisted applicants will attend face-to-face interview
  • Selected applicants will be notified by Enabling Academy
In effort to foster an inclusive and diverse work culture by replicating more Employment Transition Programmes (ETPs) nationwide, Enabling Academy proudly present the ETP Trainer’s Manual as a guide for special education teachers, vocational trainers and job coaches in preparing adults with autism and other learning disabilities for sustainable employment.
  • 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.

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Sustainability Report