We recognise that our business of developing large-scale townships bears long-term effects that should minimise negative externalities such as environmental degradation and social marginalisation through the creation of socially and economically vibrant communities.
The Sime Darby Property Sustainability Reports disclose our sustainability performance in accordance with ‘Core Level’ requirements of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines. The material sustainability issues have been addressed, either from a baseline perspective or in accordance with measureable terms. Every effort has been made to provide realistic, balanced and accurate disclosure of our sustainability performance.
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The publication of Malaysian Threatened and Rare Tree Identification and Landscape Guideline, aims to provide a semi-technical resource which can be used by current and future landscape architectural practitioners. The goals are to improve biological diversity conservation and increase the sectors’ knowledge on utilizing the species. It is our vision that through a growth in knowledge and awareness about these species and their potential benefits, that demand of such species will increase in urban landscape design.
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