Lego’s sustainability setback highlights the complexity of cutting scope-three emissions.

In this article for Raconteur, Sam Forsdick details Lego’s decision to abandon its plan to make bricks from recycled plastic bottles due to an increased carbon footprint. The decision highlights the complexities of achieving true decarbonisation, especially in supply chains with significant indirect or scope-three emissions.

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