Build back better? Lego pledges up to $400m for fresh sustainability drive

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Build back better? Lego pledges up to $400m for fresh sustainability drive

Toy giant announces wide-ranging new programme to accelerate the development of sustainable materials and curb plastic use

Lego is to invest up to $400m in "building a sustainable future" with the firm stepping up efforts to develop and deploy sustainable materials, while promoting environmental themed "actions" to help inspire...

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