MobileFactory: Haiti’s first debris houses
MobileFactory – a dream becomes reality
It is time to demonstrate how to change the world!
Dangerous debris that destroys people’s lives and their surroundings will soon be transformed by into high-quality building materials for poor people to build their own safe, dignified homes. The MobileFactory’s The Flying Dutchman Read More
Wind Park at the North Sea
Together with the Danish pension fund PKA, toy manufacturer invests 212 Million euro’s in a British wind park. LEGO
The wind park will be built with a capacity of 258 megawatts. Read More
‘Cauca project’ in Colombia developed with recycled plastic components by Concepts Plastics
Colombian architect Oscar Mendez is building homes for the homeless, using discarded plastic.
We give credits to the guy who came up with this invention. He is helping so many people and families.
Let’s ensure this solution spreads all around the world. Not just for homeless, he can sell it for sheds, storage, parking garage etc… Great idea!!! Read More
Lego was built on plastic. Now the Danish toy company is investing millions into getting rid of it.
Lego’s mission is to gain a in the world. With a successful strategy, the Danish company already saved 7,000 tons of packaging materials. positive impact
This was said by Tim Brooks, vice president environmental responsibility. Read More
Let’s give them hope. It’s not all karma. It’s your support they need.
This beautiful and peaceful country sufferd from a huge earthquake.
More than 9,000 people were killed.
Now they have to rebuild their country.
But the new government took most of our fund raised money. Read More
Protest Greenpeace ‘Save the Arctic’ with LEGO For the last few years Shell has been using LEGOs brand to clean up its image as an Arctic oil driller. 16 million Shell branded LEGO sets have been sold or given away at petrol stations in 26 countries.
Shell has surprised the world, ceasing the oil exploration in the Chukchi Sea above Alaska.
The decision was announced last Monday at 7 am: the last day of the exploration permit in the Arctic.
The decision has been made by 3 arguments:
very disappointing results of exploratory drilling
low oil prices
‘uncertainties’ from future governments and lawmakers
The last two sound the most convincing. The first argument ain’t. What’s going on?
Committing to the people in Haiti, who are still living in tents feels ah-mazing.
Seldom I have seen people so grateful with a small contribution. I’m honest. Slightly less than 10 dollars. For a lot of StartUps this is normal nowadays. This one not. Class!
The blocks allow victims of war or natural disasters to construct their own new, earthquake proof houses, and rebuild the communities they lost. transforms rubble into Lego building blocks. The Mobile Factory And they need your support. Today! Read More
Greenpeace activists also targeted Legoland in Windsor by dressing as Lego figures, while the campaign video, entitled “Everything is not awesome” attracted 5.9m views.
Lego will not renew its marketing contract with Shell after coming under sustained pressure from Greenpeace to end a partnership that dates to the 1960s.