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    WIRED Explores LEGO's Sustainable Brick Progress
    Hot Bionicle NewsPosted on Monday, March 12th, 2018 at 8:05pm by Danny, BZPower Reporter

    We covered the gist of this story last week, but WIRED went a step further and got comments from LEGO VP Tim Brooks and a few bio-chemicals researchers. Yes, kids, while they might not know LEGO as well as we do, actual journalists getting paid to do this sort of thing can provide valuable context that we can't with our all-volunteer news team. Of note: a look at the scope of what's left for LEGO to figure out to meet their 2030 sustainability and environmental responsibility goals, and a brief look at some of the other options LEGO may pursue to reach those goals.

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