Children help LEGO write handbook on saving planet for Cop26

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In a brilliant marketing move consistent with listening to its customers, LEGO has issued a handbook to save the world. It will publish just in time for the COP26 climate summit starting in Glasgow on Sunday. Tim Brooks, LEGO’s vice-president of environmental responsibility, said the project intends to “give children a voice” at COP26. “Children are demanding that they and future generations are front of mind when it comes to creating policy,” Brooks said, as reported by The Guardian. To devise the plan to save Earth , LEGO involved more than 6,000 children, aged between 8 and 18, from all over the world. The children told researchers that global warming was their top concern. One in ten reported thinking about the environment every day, while about half considered environmental problems weekly. The handbook, designed to look like a LEGO instruction booklet, boiled down the children’s input into 10 action steps: reduce pollution and waste; protect nature; change laws; stop ignoring the problem: do more; educate people; reduce emissions; leaders, change your own behavior; invest in the environment; help people and future generations. Colorful illustrations accompany the actions. The handbooks will be distributed to delegates at the climate talks, and […]

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