National Greening Program
E.O. 26 is the President’s response to worldwide concern on global warming. It aims to plant 1.5B trees in 1.5M hectares within 2011 to 2016 to areas covering forestlands, mangrove and protected areas, ancestral domains, civil and military reservations, urban areas under greening plan of LGUs, inactive and abandoned mine sites, and other suitable lands within public domain.
Environmental Management Program
LLDA puts into action systems and programs such as Environmental User Fee System (EUFS), Public Disclosure Program (PDP), the Appropriation and Utilization of Surface Waters (Surface Waters), for the management of the lake waters and tributaries that flow into the Lake, to ensure their proper use and maintenance for the sustainability of the ecosystem.
Laguna de Bay Environment Monitor
For the years 2013 and 2014 the Laguna Lake Development Authority continues its commitment and mandate to bring back the balanced ecology of the Lake through excellence in governance, science-based analysis and approach to solutions, and active involvement of stakeholders.