Diamond Developers

THE SUSTAINABLE CITY NAMES BRAND AMBASSADOR ON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

The Sustainable City (TSC), the Middle East’s first fully-operational sustainable community, is commemorating International Youth Day by aligning with Dolores Shelleh, the first and youngest Jordanian woman set to climb the Everest, and appointing her as Brand Ambassador. The Sustainable City selected Dolores because she represents the epitome of young potential and is a strong idol for women […] Continue reading

The Sustainable City partners with Shift Technologies to enhance performance and sustainability

Collaboration with Google Cloud Platform and SnapLogic, Shift Technologies will provide innovative methods to help the city gain better insights from its sustainability data. Shift Technologies, a subsidiary of the AW Rostamani Group that delivers digital transformation with some of the world’s most advanced technologies, is partnering with The Sustainable City — the Middle East’s first fully-operational […] Continue reading

The Sustainable City to use biodiesel for new developments

Diamond Developers has adopted B100 biodiesel to fuel the construction of the new buildings in phase 2 of Dubai Sustainable City, the new developments include Fairgreen International School, Hotel Indigo, and the innovation centre. The renewable fuel alternative is manufactured from used cooking oil consumed by restaurants located in the community plaza, and will allow The Sustainable […] Continue reading

Dubai’s Sustainable City releases 2017 greenhouse gas inventory

The Sustainable City, Middle East’s first fully-operational sustainable community, has become the first gated community in the region to release its Greenhouse Gas (GHG) inventory The initiative is part of The Sustainable City’s strategic collaboration with Emirates Wildlife Society in association with WWF (EWS-WWF). The Sustainable City’s total emissions for the year 2017 are 8,761 […] Continue reading

MEET DUBAI’S GREEN FAMILIES

Shatha Al Kaud still remembers the figure on her first Dewa bill after moving into her home in The Sustainable City in December 2016. ‘My husband showed it to me and it was only 27 fils,’ says Shatha. ‘I was in complete disbelief.’ The family – Shatha, her husband Yaroob Al Sayegh and their two […] Continue reading