La Consolacion College Bacolod

Institutional Environmental Advocacy Program

About

The LCCB Institutional Environmental Advocacy Program (IEAP) was established in the year 2012 as LCCB’s commitment to sustainable development and in support of its Core Value and Institutional Graduate Attribute – Stewardship. This environmental advocacy program is anchored on the most comprehensive encyclical letter by Pope Francis on environmentalism, ethics, and Christian faith titled “Laudato si”.

The LCCB IEAP:

  1. serves as the venue for planning programs, discussing issues, and implementing programs and activities, which will directly impact the environment.
  2. acts as the institutional liaison with the different environmental entities and programs within the Diocese of Bacolod and the Province of Negros Occidental.

The LCCB IEAP aims:

  1. to be the core and prime mover for environmental education by way of collecting, processing, and advocating environmental issues and information that are relevant for institutional planning and project implementation.
  2. to elicit volunteerism and commitment from all stakeholders of the institution in keeping La Consolacion College Bacolod an environment-friendly community.
  3. to inculcate in the minds and hearts of all LCCB stakeholders their responsibility in the protection of our common home and the preservation of our natural resources.

Specifically, it has the following objectives:

  1. to strengthen the environmental advocacy of the institution through the involvement of all the sectors of LCCB in environmental activities (mangrove planting, tree growing, gardening, community and coastal clean–up, etc.);
  2. to identify issues and gaps pertaining to environmental education in the institution;
  3. to recommend plans of action to address environmental issues and concerns in the institution;
  4. to execute action plans promoting “green” practices in the school community;
  5. to promote the inclusion of environmental protection and preservation in the curriculum across all levels; and
  6. to develop linkages with the Diocese, other agencies, and organizations that advocate the protection of the environment.
  1. ADVOCACY. The office will take an active role in advocating environmental awareness, protection, and conservation through all facets of curricular and co-curricular activities;
  2. PARTNERSHIPS and LINKAGES. Internal linkages with academic administrators for curriculum mapping and inclusion. The office will establish partnerships with other offices, GOs, and NGOs regarding environmental information and activities.
  3. ENVIRONMENTAL SCANNING AND ASSESSMENT. The office through the NSTP will facilitate the conduct of environmental scanning and assessment for a better understanding of what activities, programs, and projects to implement and sustain.
  4. PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION. All sectors of the LCCB community will be involved in the implementation of the program that is sustainable and visible.

IEAP Milestones and Accomplishments

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Adryan-Valiao

Mr. Adryan J. Valiao, LPT
IEAP Coordinator

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