LEGO Group looks to build greener supply chain

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Toy giant inks new partnership with WWF to source all its power from renewables by 2016

LEGO Group has this week published a new set of environmental goals as it seeks to reduce the carbon footprint of its supply chain and move towards sourcing 100 per cent of its power from renewable sources....

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