Non-Renewables and Their Impact

Non-renewable energy is a thing of the past. Or at least it should be… Our finite resources will eventually run out. This inevitable truth, along with the fact that finite resources are negatively impacting the health of our planet and its living things, has the potential to cause a lot of trouble for us in the foreseeable future. Finite resources are … Read More

GreenHab the Office

Cut the carbon footprint of your office with Legend Power and these tips!

RE100 Projects 15% Global Emissions Reduction

If the private sector fully embraces renewables, RE100 suggests that 15% of global carbon dioxide emissions could be saved. Imagine a world in which all private companies are fully committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by operating solely on renewable electricity. This world, according to internationally collaborative enterprise RE100, could potentially reduce worldwide carbon dioxide emissions by 10 to 15%. That … Read More

The World’s Climate Pledges

Countries around the world pledge their climate action commitments in anticipation of COP21. With just one week to go until the start of the 21st Conference of the Parties (COP21), a majority of the world’s nations have already submitted their pledges for Paris. Throughout 2015, in the lead up to the conference, countries around the globe have been submitting their pledges … Read More

Climate Business at IFC

Discover the positive impact that the private sector can have on climate. It’s no secret that the capital and financial support provided by the private sector has a monumental impact on climate change efforts and initiatives. More investment in climate action means more tools and resources are available to help fight climate change. The funding and investments supplied by the International Finance Corporation (IFC) … Read More

The Journey of E-Waste

Read on for e-waste management facts and discover the journey of valuable technology…

Projected Global Affects of Climate Change

An infographic detailing the places and people that are being increasingly affected by climate change and what must be done to stop it. As described in the below infographic by the World Bank, Climate Extremes, Regional Impacts and the Case for Resilience, the dramatic change in our planet’s climate and weather patterns are being felt more and more all over the … Read More

World Energy Report (Infographic)

Discover how the United States measures up in terms of energy consumption compared to other areas of the world. Often it can be hard to comprehend how our everyday energy consumptions contribute to a collective national carbon footprint. However, as you can see in the below infographic, World Energy Report, our individual energy consumptions do add up. For example, in the … Read More