Overview
Overall Objective
A Living Laboratory
Campus Initiatives
(Social) Formation, health and well-being of the community
(Environmental) Protection and restoration of campus ecology
(Economic) Wise management of the University’s resources

The Ateneo de Manila University recognizes that all human activity occurs within complex ecological systems with finite resources, which in turn requires us to use resources conservatively and to manage waste, keeping in mind the long term costs and effects of decisions that are being made today.

The Ateneo’s Loyola Heights campus is a living laboratory for the community to enjoy.

Green spaces, environmental initiatives and facilities are used to demonstrate principles of ecology, biodiversity, nutrient and matter cycling, and waste management. 

  • (Social) Formation, health and  well-being of the community
  • (Environmental) Protection and restoration of  campus ecology
  • (Economic) Wise management of the University’s resources
  • Health & nutrition programs
  • Curriculum integration
  • Non-academic formation
  • Green spaces
  • Waste reduction & treatment
  • Sustainable mobility
  • Energy efficiency
  • Water consumption efficiency
  • Sustainable campus master plan