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My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)
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My hometown sustainability (Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia)

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Sustainablity level of Shah Alam based on the criteria: …

Sustainablity level of Shah Alam based on the criteria:
• Population growth
• Air quality
• Biodiversity
• Waste and recycling
• Eco footprint (Impact of the development, services, housing, transport and consumable on the environment).
• Transport
• Education
• Health and healthcare
• Green space
• Climate change
• Food
• Economic base
• Employment

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  • 1. B Y : N U R U L L I Y A N A B I N T I R U S M A N ( P 6 1 4 9 8 ) TASK 2 : MY HOMETOWN SUSTAINABILITY SHAH ALAM KKKA6414 : SUSTAINABLE URBAN PLANNING 3rd OCTOBER 2013 | 2013/2014
  • 2. • Shah Alam was announced as the most sustainable city in Malaysia by Federal Department of Town and Country Planning (DTCP) Peninsular Malaysia. • Shah Alam is assessed through the collection of information based on indicators by Sustainable Urban Indicators Study Implementation (MURNInet) by the DTCP. • Based on the indicators, Shah Alam achieved an overall score of 89.07% at the state level and 88.60% at Peninsular Malaysia level. • Through MURNInet, the sustainability of a city will be assessed based on several sectors such as housing, utilities and infrastructure, economy, environment, sociology and social impact as well as management and financial. Artikel Penuh: http://www.utusan.com.my/utusan/info.asp?y=2009&dt=1126&pub=Utusan_Malaysia&sec=Kota&pg=wk_05.h tm#ixzz2fxr3zr1v © Utusan Melayu (M) Bhd Arkib: 26/11/2009 SHAH ALAM : BANDARAYA MAMPAN (YEAR 2008 - 2010 )
  • 3. P O P U L A T I O N G R O W T H • Shah Alam constitutes a positive upward trend in terms of population growth as a result from a nationwide migration of populace aside from the increasing number of births. This also provides smaller business an oppurtunity upgrade and expose their image at an affordable price. • In 2008, Shah Alam has a population of about 470,000 and has an annual population growth rate of 3.0%. Based on a growth rate of 3% per annum, Shah Alam is expected to grow to 500,000 by 2010. From another source, with a population density of 450,000, Shah Alam targets an additional growth of population to 700,000 by 2010 • The rapid growth of Shah Alam and its evident importance had helped upgraded its status to be declared a city on October 10th 2000. This declaration was officiated by YAB Dato'Seri Dr Mohamad Khir Toyo, 13th Chief Minister of Selangor.
  • 4. A I R Q U A L I T Y Currently, the air quality in Shah Alam is generally at a moderate level with fine particles content. However, during the recent haze crisis which effected Malaysia, Shah Alam was also badly effected that schools had to be closed.
  • 5. B I O D I V E R S I T Y : E X S I T U C O N S E R V A T I O N • Ex-situ conservation (Shah Alam Captive Breeding Station) Maintains species outside their original habitats in facilities such as arboreta, zoological gardens, seed genebanks, in vitro genebanks and field genebanks. Ex-situ conservation makes it easier for scientists to access, study, distribute and use plant genetic resources.
  • 6. WASTE AND RECYCLING : COMPOSTING AND RECYCLING PROGRAM Free “Starter kit” and Free EM and Bokkashi for 6 months are given to people who want to participate “Program Pertandingan Kitar Semula Peringkat Sekolah” managed to get 53 participating schools. 153 tonnes managed to be recycled and saved MBSA RM15,600.
  • 7. T R A N S P O R T : B I C Y C L E T R A C K ( 6 . 8 9 1 K M ) Located at Section 14 (Shah Alam City Center)
  • 8. T R A N S P O R T : P U B L I C T R A N S P O R T S • Shah Alam KTM Komuter serves four stations in Shah Alam that lie on the Port Klang to Sentul line. • Mini bus service from Shah Alam Kommuter station to Section 16, 17, Kompleks PKNS and Wet World. • Express bus service at bus terminal located at Jalan Junjung 17/12, Shah Alam Section 17. There are several express buses providing service from this terminal. • By car, Shah Alam is well connected to other main cities in Klang Valley by highways such as the Federal Highway, New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), Shah Alam Expressway (KESAS), Guthrie Corridor Expressway (GCE), North-South Expressway Central Link (ELITE) and the newest highway Kemuning-Shah Alam Highway (LKSA).
  • 9. E D U C A T I O N 1. Universiti Teknologi Mara (UITM) is located nearby the state capital. The whole university area occupies an entire section on the western hills of the city known as seksyen 1. at seksyen 17, there is also a branch campus of UITM called INTEC UITM (International Education College), where its students undergo preparation programmes for overseas studies and the only UITM campus that accepts non- bumiputra students. 2. Other institutions of higher learning in Shah Alam include Universiti Industri Selangor (Unisel), Management and Science University (MSU), and its affiliate college, PTPL College. Shah Alam also has several industrial-related education centres, such as Shah Alam Polytechnic (or Politeknik Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah). 3. Shah Alam is served by many primary and secondary schools. The number of schools even exceeded the population of the residential areas. For example, in Taman Alam Megah, Taman Bunga Negara and Taman Bukit Saga which are situated in section 27 and section 28, there are three secondary schools and seven primary schools. In contrast, in section 16 and 17, the only secondary school for them is SMK Seksyen 16. Currently, Shah Alam has 23 secondary schools, 1 technical school, 1 vocational school, 1 international school and 37 primary schools.
  • 10. H E A L T H A N D H E A L T H C A R E Shah alam is served with many private clinics. The main government's clinic, known as Poliklinik Komuniti Ahah Alam (Shah Alam Community Polyclinic) is located in section 7. A government's hospital is currently under construction. It is located besides the government's clinic in section 7. The construction is expected to be completed in 2010 and can accommodate up to 300 beds at a time. There are four private hospitals in shah alam.
  • 11. G R E E N S P A C E S : D E V E L O P E R S I N I T I A T I V E S
  • 12. C L I M A T E C H A N G E • There were no significant climate change in Shah Alam, although this might change in the future due to rapid development growth. • Generally, Shah Alam experiences average high temperature of 31.9°Celsius and an average low temperature of 27.8°Celsius. • The city is warmest in the month of March, and experiences heavy rains and showers during the month of November as the northeast monsoon moves in from October to March.
  • 13. F O O D It could be said that Shah Alam is blessed with many good restaurants and are never short of good places to eat. There are varieties of food available in Shah Alam from all over the world.
  • 14. E C O N O M I C B A S E : I N D U S T R Y Shah alam, which is located about 15 km to the west of Petaling Jaya, is centrally sited between the country's premier port of Port Klang and Kuala Lumpur. The town covers 3,051 ha, including an industrial area of about 672.7 ha, which is today the fastest-growing industrial centre in the country (Malaysia, 1977; Lee, 1983a). Currently, Shah Alam is one of the key industrial city in Malaysia with the existence of industrial areas such as Section 21 and 26. PROTON’s main factory is located in Shah Alam. There are many other big companies such as Silverbird and Toyota also houses their main factory in Shah Alam industrial area.
  • 15. E M P L O Y M E N T • As stated before, currently Shah Alam is one of the key industrial city in Malaysia. The rapid development growth has provided Shah Alam with plenty of job opportunities. • Shah Alam also shows positive upward trend in terms of population growth which provides smaller businesses good marketing opportunity to expand their businesses. The rapid growth of these small companies will provide more job opportunities.
  • 16. ECO FOOTPRINT • From my opinion, Shah Alam would have high eco footprint due to the lifestyle of its population and high industrial activity. • However, there have been growing awareness in the people of Shah Alam to preserve green ecosystem based on the efforts of Shah Alam City Council (Majlis Bandaraya Shah Alam, MBSA) and the volunteers.
  • 17. ECO FOOTPRINT
  • 18. ECO FOOTPRINT
  • 19. SPIDER CHART 0 2 4 6 8 10 Population… Air Quality Biodiversity Waste and… Eco footprint Transport EducationHealth and… Green Space Climate change Food Economic base Employment

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