Lego faces sustainability hurdles in its quest to replace oil-based plastics, revealing the complex trade-offs in green innovation, reports the Financial Times. The journey underscores the intricate balance companies must navigate in environmental endeavor.
Leading CEOs are channeling investments into procurement as 2030's net-zero targets loom. With giants like LEGO committing $1.4B to sustainability, the corporate world signals a green future.
LEGO commits to net-zero emissions by 2050, underlining its dedication with a $1.4 billion sustainability investment. This includes a carbon-neutral U.S. toy factory, showcasing the brand's holistic approach to combatting climate change.