Lego Reaches Renewable Energy Goal Three Years Ahead Of Schedule
Wochit Headline News - Friday, 19 May 2017
Lego began a $200 million journey two years ago, aiming to manufacture more eco-friendly toys. Three years prior to that the company had also kicked off another green initiative, making a commitment to supporting renewable energy. Lego pledged to offset its worldwide energy consumption by 100% and the company aimed to do so by 2020; however, this week Lego announced big news: it has already surpassed its goal three years ahead of schedule.
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