Forest City Bagged SCAHSA Award For the 7th time

Reference: Country Garden Forest City’s WeChat Official Account dated 2022-12-19

GELANG PATAH, 17 DECEMBER 2022: Forest City, located in Johor, Malaysia, has won the Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Awards 2022 (SCAHSA) Global Modal of Green and Intelligent Construction. The project bagged the award during 17th Annual Session of Global Forum on Human Settlements (GFHS 2022) on December 15 and 16,  2022.

Forest City won “2022 (SCAHSA) Global Modal of Green and Intelligent Construction

Previously, Forest City has won SCAHSA awards for six consecutive years, namely 2016 Global Human Settlements Award on Planning and Design, 2017 Global Model of Green Building Industrial Park (IBS Park), 2018 Global Model of City-Industry Integration Award, 2019 Global Green Smart City Award and 2020 Global Model of Coastal Ecological Environment Protection Award, 2021 Global Model of Low-Carbon City Planning and Design.

“Together for a shared safer and greener urban future: resilient, carbon-neutral and nature-positive cities” as its theme, SCAHSA is one of the highlights of the forum to recognize excellence in sustainable development practices and innovations and recommend winners’ innovative strategies, technologies and valuable experience.

Through the award, it recognised and promote exemplary and replicable best practices to inspire and influence more cities, companies, organizations and individuals to follow suit, thereby helping scale up sustainable development actions.

The distinguished speakers at the opening session

There are 25 leading organizations joined GFHS 2022 as co-organizers and collaborators, including 10 major United Nation (UN) agencies, such as World Meteorological Organization, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, United Nations Economic and Social Commission in Asia and the Pacific (UN ESCAP), United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, United Nations Industrial Development Organization, and United Nations Centre for Regional Development. Other main partners and contributing organizations include the African Development Bank, World Economic Forum, Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), International Union for Conservation of Nature, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), The Nature Conservancy, and C40.

Awarders and Awardees at the Sustainable Cities And Human Settlements Awards Ceremony 2022

The future of cities needs to be nature-positive, as cities need nature to thrive. Integrating nature into cities and living in harmony with nature not only improves people’s health and well-being, but helps tackle biodiversity loss and build climate resilience.


Reference: Country Garden Forest City’s WeChat Official Account dated 2022-12-19