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Experiment kits, board games, children’s books and the like can help explain the topics of environmental protection and sustainability in all of their facets.
Sugarcane, chalk and wood can be utilised in ways that are not immediately obvious. For example, they are increasingly being used to produce plastic.
Founded in 2020, the Fair Toys Organisation (FTO) is developing an international seal for toys that aims to create transparency about social and environmental standards.
Renewable raw materials form the basis of a forward-looking and sustainable form of economy, which is why they are becoming increasingly important in the toy industry.
Trendscout Reyne Rice introduces toy manufacturers who have made it their mission to embrace sustainable production methods and environmentally friendly principles.
Toys must become more sustainable. The solution is to use recyclable, durable and renewable materials. A statement by Dr Harald Käb.