Rebuild the World – Let’s Rebuild the World for Good

Green Instructions.
Let’s Rebuild the World

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Rebuilding
the World

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Nowadays there is no doubt that the world will ever be the same as it was a few months ago. All the more reason to rebuild it in a smart way.

Let’s get creative about environmental solutions! Let’s rebuild existing LEGO® sets into bicycles and scooters, wind turbines and trains of the future.

The LEGO Group considers children to be the builders of the future. That’s why the way they see the world and how they want to rebuild it is so important to us. We want to inspire them to build a friendlier, more sustainable future.

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Rebuilding
the World

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Nowadays there is no doubt that the world will ever be the same as it was a few months ago. All the more reason to rebuild it in a smart way.

Let’s get creative about environmental solutions! Let’s rebuild existing LEGO® sets into bicycles and scooters, wind turbines and trains of the future.

The LEGO Group considers children to be the builders of the future. That’s why the way they see the world and how they want to rebuild it is so important to us. We want to inspire them to build a friendlier, more sustainable future.

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Watch
the video

Before our reality had changed, in the beginning of February 2020 there was a LEGO® bricks exhibition at the National Stadium in Warsaw – one of the biggest in Europe. During that event we organized educational workshops for children.

Environmentalists and futurologists gave young LEGO® builders Green Instructions and encouraged them to share their views on what needs to change to make the world a more beautiful place and help save the planet. Watch the video from our rebuilding the world workshops.

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Rebuild
sets

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During the workshops incredible ideas were created by rebuilding existing LEGO® sets. We took photos of the creations and they’ve become a significant symbol of our campaign – in social media, on posters and at stores.

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Arrow pointing down from LEGO® City police airport set box to high speed train build with LEGO® Bricks; Written at the bottom: “Rebuild the World”. Set number: 60210
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Rebuild
sets

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During the workshops incredible ideas were created by rebuilding existing LEGO® sets. We took photos of the creations and they’ve become a significant symbol of our campaign – in social media, on posters and at stores.

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Green instructions

Our Green Instructions show how to use the same bricks to rebuild existing LEGO® sets into creations that reflect a more sustainable future that our young builders will help shape.

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New Green Instructions are being created all the time to let more and more children try their luck at rebuilding the world for good. Thanks to the instructions we can rebuild existing sets, as well as be inspired to create new environmental builds from any LEGO® bricks.

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Green instructions

Our Green Instructions show how to use the same bricks to rebuild existing LEGO® sets into creations that reflect a more sustainable future that our young builders will help shape.

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New Green Instructions are being created all the time to let more and more children try their luck at rebuilding the world for good. Thanks to the instructions we can rebuild existing sets, as well as be inspired to create new environmental builds from any LEGO® bricks.

Check out more Green Instructions:

Green Instructions - Bicycle

Bicycle

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Green Instructions - Tree

Tree

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Green Instructions - Recycling bins

Recycling bins

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Green Instructions - Tramway

Tramway

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Green Instructions - Weather station

Weather station

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Green Instructions - Flower in a pot

Flower in a pot

Green Instructions - Flower in a pot - Preview Green Instructions - Flower in a pot - Download
Green Instructions - Tree 2

Tree 2

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Green Instructions - Scooter 2

Scooter 2

Green Instructions - Preview - Scooter 2 Green Instructions - Download - Scooter 2
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LEGO® Sustainability

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Today the LEGO Group is 100% balanced by renewable energy generated from sources that we and our parent company own, such as offshore wind turbines. We’ve also installed solar panels on our factory roofs.

We’re on a mission to make LEGO® bricks from sustainable sources by 2030 without compromising quality or safety. In 2018 we started making LEGO elements from sustainably sourced sugarcane to create polyethylene: a soft, durable and flexible plastic. We are continuing to experiment with many different materials, as we expect the LEGO bricks of the future could be made from both plant-based and recycled sources.

By 2025 we will replace our current packaging with more sustainable options. We are currently trialing recyclable paper bags in our boxes to replace single-use plastic ones.

We equally like to celebrate that LEGO bricks are multigenerational toys – designed to be handed down rather than thrown away. That’s why we launched LEGO Replay in the US and Canada to collect and donate LEGO bricks to children in need of play. We are exploring where in the world we can expand next. In the meantime, we encourage you to pass your LEGO bricks on to a friend or family member or donate them to a local charity.

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LEGO® Sustainability

Today the LEGO Group is 100% balanced by renewable energy generated from sources that we and our parent company own, such as offshore wind turbines. We’ve also installed solar panels on our factory roofs.

We’re on a mission to make LEGO® bricks from sustainable sources by 2030 without compromising quality or safety. In 2018 we started making LEGO elements from sustainably sourced sugarcane to create polyethylene: a soft, durable and flexible plastic. We are continuing to experiment with many different materials, as we expect the LEGO bricks of the future could be made from both plant-based and recycled sources.

By 2025 we will replace our current packaging with more sustainable options. We are currently trialing recyclable paper bags in our boxes to replace single-use plastic ones.

We equally like to celebrate that LEGO bricks are multigenerational toys – designed to be handed down rather than thrown away. That’s why we launched LEGO Replay in the US and Canada to collect and donate LEGO bricks to children in need of play. We are exploring where in the world we can expand next. In the meantime, we encourage you to pass your LEGO bricks on to a friend or family member or donate them to a local charity.