Gamuda land listens to nature

  • Nation
  • Monday, 27 May 2019

(From left) Khariza, Vijayalakshmi, Keizrul and Chung, whose organisations work together to ensure that biodiversity is maintained in Gamuda Land’s development projects.

IN a world fraught with worries pertaining to climate change and unsustainability, it is refreshing to hear of property developers championing green initiatives and integrating sustainable practices into their work.

While many green initiatives in the market focus on post construction, Gamuda Land goes a step further, taking biodiversity into their hands right from the start. As early as last May, Gamuda Land set up Gamuda Parks, a sustainable landscaping initiative, doing its part for nature and the environment by focusing on creating towns with balanced ecosystem.

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