The Facilities and Environmental Programs Management (FEPM) is a De La Salle Philippines – Lasallian Institute For the Environment initiative with the goal of guiding the schools to a more efficient and environmental performance towards sustainability.
What You need to know About it.
Climate change is real. It affects all of us and future generations. It is caused primarily by the production and introduction of carbon dioxide into the earth’s atmosphere..
The Green for LIFE: One Million Trees and Beyond Project serves to provide a venue for more pro-active responses to environmental issues through tree-planting activities and reforestation programs that promote the propagation and caring for indigenous species.
Global climate change, floods, landslides, loss of forest cover, coral reef destruction, biodiversity imbalances — all these problems can be traced to the lack of fundamental awareness and appreciation of how our environment works and sustains life.
The Community–Based Monitoring System (CBMS) Network is part of the Poverty and Economic Policy (PEP)Network supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Canada through its Globalization, Growth and Poverty (GGP) Initiative, and by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
The Green Leaders Conference is an annual environmental gathering of students in celebration of the feast of St. Jaime Hilario FSC, an educator who lost his sense of hearing and served as a gardener until he was martyred in 1937.
The Eco-Camp was conceptualized when LIFE participated in the De La Salle Zobel’s yearly camp-out. It was fueled by two goals which are (1) The Lasallian Ministry Action Plan #7 of Stewardship of God’s Creation and (2) The Philippine Lasallian Convocation Resolution 2.4 on Environmental Concerns and Advocacy.
Wear GREEN every first friday of the Month, REDUCE-REUSE-RECYCLE, Practice the GREEN HOUR daily.