EPA Calls for Global Action

New quantifiable climate change report has been released by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been all over the environmental news this week after releasing their new report, Climate Change in the United States: Benefits of Global Action. Quantifying and monetizing the reduced health risks and potential savings associated with taking worldwide action against … Read More

Happy Earth Day!

We’re taking a look at some amazing trivia and facts for Earth Day!

Starbucks’ Commitment: 100% Ethically Sourced Coffee

Discover the 15 year endeavour that has resulted in Starbucks producing 99% ethically sourced coffee. Starbucks has partnered with Conservation International in an effort to produce 100% ethically sourced coffee. With 99% of its coffee currently being ethically sourced, Starbucks has visibly committed to being a company that is, as the below video puts it, sustainable, transparent and beneficial for people and the … Read More

New York and Energy Innovation

The state of New York once again proves their commitment to bettering our environment with innovative energy programs. Over the course of the last several months, we have highlighted a few energy initiatives and movements that the state of New York has both created and supported. There have been concepts coming out of the state at the government level, such as … Read More

David Suzuki’s Blue Dot Tour

A look back on the Blue Dot Tour’s trek across Canada. If you live in Canada, you may have already heard about the Blue Dot Tour, a movement that the David Suzuki Foundation began in the fall of 2014. Starting last September in St. John’s, Newfoundland, the Blue Dot Tour rolled out across Canada with the intention of bringing the country … Read More

Dear Climate: An Art Initiative Discussing Climate Change

A thought-provoking art campaign that aims to put climate change into the forefront of our minds, anchored by our personal experiences. Providing both serious and sometimes playful messaging, Dear Climate is an innovative art initiative encouraging the global discussion of climate change. While not altogether ominous, Dear Climate does offer some thought-provoking, and at times, somber imagery and sounds regarding the health of our planet, our relationship with … Read More

The Causes of Global Warming

Learn more about what causes global warming and how you can make a difference. What is Global Warming? Over the past few decades or so global warming has become a hot topic surrounding the environmental debate of our planet. Described as the observed rise in temperature within the Earth’s climate system, global warming is thought to be the reason behind abnormal weather … Read More

In the News: Marching for Change

Legend Power applauds the global effort to facilitate positive progress when it comes to climate change. It’s been a big weekend for the battle against climate change. With the UN Climate Summit set for September 23, 2014, hundreds of thousands of people gathered to form the largest climate march in history. Manhattan streets were flooded with over 300,000 peaceful marchers, carrying signs … Read More

VIDEO: The Future of Renewable Energy

Watch the below video infographic that outlines the positive future of the earth’s renewable energy resources. As a planet we are relying more and more on renewable energy for the world’s energy supply. This is a great thing. Not only are renewable energy resources sourced from elements that are naturally recurring within our environment, such as sunlight, wind and water, but renewable … Read More