LEGO to build off previous efforts to reduce environmental footprint with 2030 sustainability goal

LEGO Group recently announced a DKK 1 billion ($150 million) investment to develop and implement sustainable raw materials in the manufacture of its LEGO building blocks and packaging materials by 2030. This company investment is intended to fund a new center known as the LEGO Sustainable Materia...

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