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Our Sustainability Policy

Updated: Jan 16

Choosing Legacy Mediaworks means partnering with storytellers who care about the story unfolding around us on a global stage worth saving.


We acknowledge that discussing sustainability is a complex topic – and a polarizing one in the current political climate. We respect everybody's right to formulate their unique viewpoint on this subject, and we believe more civil discourse is necessary to bring a more respectful alignment on such topics as environmental sustainability and climate & social justice.




A drone captures smoke and flames from a prescribed burn in the Pike National Forest in Colorado.
Prescribed burn in the Pike National Forest in spring of 2023 / Legacy Mediaworks, LLC

Environmental sustainability and cultural representation are two topics that align with our core principales and long-term vision. Sustainability isn't just a buzzword for Legacy Mediaworks, LLC but is woven into the work we do.


Recently, we worked with our partners on productions that discuss the topics of renewable energy, climate justice, mitigating the risks of wildfires, sustainability, climate equity, water conservation, air quality, multimodal transportation policy, and the search for solutions to these environmental issues.


In running our day-to-day business, our office operates on 100% wind-powered electricity, ensuring our creative spark comes from a clean source. We prioritize working with local clients, reducing unnecessary travel and fostering community connections. And we take other steps to promote reuse, reduce waste and emphasize sustainability – such as using rechargeable batteries in our wireless audio systems, cutting down on commutes and switching to remote collaboration and cloud-based solutions for editing and project management.





We believe diversity fuels creativity, and representation is the path toward authenticity. We actively cultivate partnerships with and hire talented individuals from diverse backgrounds and champion fair working conditions for all regardless of belief and background.


We have been fortunate to work on video projects that highlight the barriers facing first-generation college students, social justice in local high school curriculums, the empowerment of migrant communities, the importance and celebration of diversity in the workplace, and LGBTQ rights.


We're passionate about giving back to our community. We support local initiatives and collaborate on projects that spark positive social change and preserve wilderness and the environment. This support includes volunteering with and donating to like-minded organizations such as La Plata Land Conservancy, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, The Southern Plains Land Trust, Big City Mountaineers, Habitat for Humanity, Denver Dig Trees, The GrowHaus and Extreme Community Makeover.


We are constantly revisiting our policies and practices as new science emerges and new social norms are adopted. We are always looking out for new ways to make our operations more sustainable in an economically prudent manner. We believe in transparency and therefore share our results and practices with our clients and stakeholders.


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