Warning Labels at the Gas Pumps

Climate change is creating problems for us: more extreme weather, a decrease in biodiversity, acidification of our oceans… So what about warning labels at gas pumps?

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)

Discover why CCS is a viable and important solution for the prevention of increased global warming. Have you ever wondered what one metric tonne of carbon dioxide would look like if you were standing next to it? Or how the amount of coal, oil and gas would stack up if measured within the scope of our everyday lives? What would our fossil fuel consumption … Read More

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables

In the headlines: “Fossil Fuels Just Lost the Race Against Renewables.” Could this be the beginning of the end of fossil fuels?

Tesla for the Masses?

Tesla for the masses? Can that be possible? Yes! You’re probably thinking Tesla is a luxury vehicle for only those swimming in a large pool of wealth that does not seem apply to the majority of the populace. After all, you don’t see Tesla’s on the road the way you see Toyota’s. Now in cities worldwide, loud gas guzzling buses … Read More

Why Conserve Energy?

It’s a simple and valid question: why should we be conserving energy? If you answered, “To save money!” you’re not wrong. But conservation means much more than saving money, both at home and in the business world.

Energy Resources Quiz

Discover how much you know and understand about the world’s energy resources and consumption. Take the Energy Resources Quiz from National Geographic! Energy resources on our planet are a valuable commodity. From renewable resources, such as solar power, to nonrenewable resources, such as coal, we depend on these sources of energy to power our every day lives. While Legend Power … Read More

Canada and GHG Emissions

Do you know where Canada stands on greenhouse gas emissions?
Learn more about GHG emissions, electricity and Legend Power’s green ideas…

Greenhouse Gas Emissions 101

What are greenhouse gases? Greenhouse gas emissions. It’s a term many of us have heard before and we know it’s not a good thing, but how much do we really know about them?