As a part of our effort to tackle climate change, our energy consumption is 100% balanced by renewable energy. We are constantly investing in improving our energy efficiency and installing renewable energy in our stores, offices and factories.
How is LEGO sustainable?
Lego is leading sustainability efforts
A further environmental benefit of the new brick prototype comes in the form of reduced emissions. The company currently emits around 1.2 million tons of carbon per year. Switching to recycled plastic would help to cut such emissions.
Are Legos wasteful?
Its heft, however, brings with it a substantial carbon footprint. Lego emits about a million tons of carbon dioxide each year, about three-quarters of which comes from the raw materials that go into its factories, according to Tim Brooks, the company’s vice president for environmental responsibility.
Is Lego going green?
Lego has set aside $400 million to go green, though money isn’t really a concern. “We are family owned and have a long-term view,” Christiansen said. The Kirk Kristiansen family that owns Lego has made a point of singling out green investments.
Are Lego bricks sustainable?
Over the past three years, LEGO’s 150-strong Sustainable Materials team has tested more than 250 variations of PET materials. The resulting prototype, according to Tim Brooks, vice president of environmental responsibility at LEGO, nails one of the toughest hurdles for a non-ABS brick: clutch power.
Is Lego socially responsible?
The LEGO Foundation has adopted several policies in relation to Corporate Social Responsibility especially human rights, children’s rights, employees’ safety, anti-bribery and corruption and principles for avoiding conflicts of interests.