The Lego Group will move away from single-use plastic bags in its kits, the group announced on Tuesday. “From 2021, Forest Stewardship Council-certified recyclable paper bags will be trialed in boxes,” the company said.
The 2,585 square-foot museum invites visitors to explore happiness from a global perspective that includes historical insights on how the concept of happiness has evolved over the ages, and the ways in which varying regional cultures define the term.
Danish lawmakers have struck a climate agreement to ensure their country can live up to a goal of cutting carbon emissions by 70% from 1990 levels over the coming decade.
European countries are global leaders in wind power but Denmark is far in front of nearest rival Ireland, which sourced 28% of its power from wind in 2018.
Arla Foods have revealed ambitions to reduce greenhouse emission on dairy farms by 30% per kilo of milk over the next decade, with a goal of carbon net zero by 2050.
The prime minister of Denmark announced that the country will be banning the sale of new gasoline and diesel-fueled cars in 2030 as a means of reducing their carbon footprint.
Danish brewer will be the first to ditch pack rings in a move it says will reduce plastic by up to 76%
After 85 years of production, Lego has announced plans to make new pieces from plant-based plastic instead
This year, at the annual COP23 climate conference, Denmark renewed its pledge to end its reliance on coal for the purposes of producing electricity by 2030.
Danish wind energy giant DONG Energy announced its plans to divest its upstream oil and gas business for $1.05 billion.