Country Garden Forest City has won the “Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Awards” of the Global Forum on Human Settlements for six consecutive years.
“Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Awards Ceremony 2021” (SCAHSA 2021) was held successfully online from October 27-29. Forest City which is located within Johor, Malaysia, has been awarded an award called the “Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Awards 2021 (SCAHSA) Global Model of Low-Carbon City Planning and Design” due to its green and low carbon development strategy. You can visit forest city johor news official page to get the latest news about Forest city and can also check the development process across the city.
“The “Sustainable Cities and Human Settlements Award Ceremony 2021 (SCAHSA 2021)” The ceremony, which is a celebration of the 2021 “World Cities Day”, is the main event of the 16th Global Forum on Human Settlements (GFHS 2021). Before this event, Country Garden Forest City had received the SCAHSA award for 5 consecutive years. This includes “2020 Global Model of Coastal Ecological Environment Protection Award”, “2019 Global Green Smart City Award”, “2018 Global Model of City-Industry Integration Award” as well as “2017 Global Model of Green Building Industrial Park (IBS Park)” and “2016 Global Human Settlements Award on Planning and Design”.
GFHS 2021 seeks to unite cities across the globe to combat the effects of climate change and ensure sustainability. 25 major organizations have were invited to the conference as co-organizers or collaborators, including 10 important UN agencies, including the World Meteorological Organization, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction, United Nations Industrial Development Organization and the United Nations Center for Regional Development and the Asian Development Bank, the African Development Bank, and many other prominent international institutions. The theme for this year’s event was ” Accelerate Green Transformation and Innovation towards Healthy, Resilient and Carbon-neutral Cities”.
Prof. Petteri Taalas, Secretary General of World Meteorological Organization, Elizabeth Maruma Mrema, Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity, Ambassador Anwarul K. Chowdhury, Chairman of Global Forum on Human Settlements, Former UN Under-Secretary-General and High Representative, Dr. Bambang Susantono, Vice President for Knowledge Management & Sustainable Development at Asian Development Bank, gave speeches at the opening ceremony.