(Well you might not if you are a parent of a 2-8 year old who discovers one wayward Lego, hidden in the shag carpet, that you discover while walking in the middle of the night, but I digress!)
Once again, their innovation is notably top of the charts! As of May 2017, Lego was running their company on 100% renewable resources. If that isn't great enough, they're doing it 3 years ahead of their goal timeline!
How did Lego celebrate that triumph? By making a giant wind turbine made out of Lego's, of course! 146,251 Lego's and 600 hours, to be exact!
It is located outside the Liverpool ONE shopping center in the United Kingdom. The placement of this Lego Turbine was to highlight their 100% renewable energy goal and their investment in the Liverpool Burbo Bank Extension offshore wind farm.
To check out more of Lego's commitment to the environment, check out these resources:
- Lego's "Planet Crew" for Kids site on their 100% Renewable Energy Capacity
- Lego's Responsible Resources
Video from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ARbOEoltxg, https://www.lego.com/en-gb/aboutus/medialibrarydetails/timelapse-video---celebrating-100--renewable-energy-capacity--largest-lego%C2%AE-wind-turbine-90477d0d7633467ead525a8450c0ffc0 and http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/lego-renewable-energy-green-wind-farm-burbo-bank-extension-offshore-irish-sea-climate-change-a7746696.html