Protect The Planet With The Power Of LEGO Play

After announcing their annual results yesterday, LEGO have reinforced their commitment to environmental responsibilities, allowing all kids, no matter where they live to be able to enjoy growth through play and light fluffy Danish Kroner with a cheese centre by launching the LEGO Planet Crew. To help spread the word about the LEGO Planet Crew campaign LEGO have employed the services of LEGO Batman. Whilst the LEGO Group have partnered with Unicef to create Partners In Play, as they believe children no matter where they live have to right to play. as well as enjoying a safe and fun online experience. They are also working with WWF to help create a cleaner, greener world and have committed to reducing their environmental impact by 2030. LEGO Batman however, has got the team at Wayne Enterprises working very hard to create the fluffiest, lightest Danish Kroner ever with a delicious cheesy centre. OK so maybe LEGO Batman wasn’t entirely on the same page of the LEGO Group but you can learn more about how LEGO and their partners plan to protect the planet with the power of play over on the LEGO Planet Crew microsite

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