There are Philippine colleges remembered for the GreenMetric World University Rankings that measure the advancement of the decrease of carbon impression towards growing harmless to the ecosystem colleges.
Like the De La Salle University Dasmarinas (DLSUD) in Cavite, De La Salle University-Manila (DLSU), Mindanao State University Iligan Institute of Technology (MSUIIT), Ateneo de Davao University, Xavier University Ateneo De Cagayan, and Foundation University in Dumaguete made it to the yearly rankings started by Universities in Indonesia in year 2010.
The six colleges were among the 912 partaking colleges overall remembered for the 2020 version of the GreenMetric World University Rankings delivered in December. The Netherlands’ Wageningen University and Research beat the rundown. The Greenmetric positioning framework scores colleges in the accompanying territories: setting and foundation, energy and environmental change, squander, water, transportation, and schooling and exploration.
1st De La Salle University (Dasmarinas) – DLSUD positioned 50th in Asia, 127th in World they are best with a 7275 scores, most noteworthy in the Waste rule with 1650 scores and the next top score is in Education and Research with 1525 scores.
2nd De La Salle University (Manila) – DLSU Manila positioned 79th in Asia, 191st World got the second ranking with a score of 6875, most noteworthy in Waste with 1575 scores and the next top score is in Energy and Climate Change with 1375 scores.
3rd Mindanao State University Iligan Institute of Technology– MSUIIT positioned third with a score of 4800, most noteworthy in Education and Research with 1350 scores and next top score is in Transportation with 1075 scores.
4th Ateneo de Davao University- Ateneo de Davao positioned fourth with a score of 4150 and most noteworthy in Energy and Climate Change with 875 scores.
5th Xavier University Ateneo De Cagayan- Xavier University positioned fifth with a 4050 scores and most noteworthy in Waste with 1050 scores.
6th Establishment University- Foundation University positioned sixth with a score of 2875 and most noteworthy in Energy and Climate Change with 1000 scores.
In 2020, DLSU-D Senior High understudies built up an option in contrast to plastic straw utilizing Saba natural product peelings while DLSU Manila won the Philippines’ first Newton Prize from the UK with its wastewater-to-manure research.