As part of the LEGO Group’s ambition to deliver a positive impact on the planet, the toy manufacturer has signed a partnership with WWF pledging to intensify their work to improve performance on a range of environmental priorities – including greater focus on collaboration with suppliers to reduce total carbon emissions.Read More
Since 2008, more than 20 employees at the LEGO Group have had the task of verifying that the more than 2,000 raw materials used in LEGO® products all satisfy the requirements of the new EU Toy Safety Directive, which comes into force this summer.Read More
The LEGO Group saves approximately 6.000 tons of cardboard a year through smaller, and more sustainable boxes.Read More
The LEGO Group builds an offshore wind farm to balance its energy needs for many years to come.Read More
We have made products based on the LEGO® brick system since the 1950s. This will not change. Nevertheless, we constantly work to optimize our products so their impact on the environment is kept to a minimum.
It is our ambition to make a positive impact on the world our children will inherit.