Lidö is designed to be as carbon-neutral as possible, largely through recycling and the use of renewable energy
The year by which Sweden aims to be entirely carbon-neutral, partly by wholly transitioning to biofuels in the mining and minerals industry.
Amount the island has reduced its carbon emissions by, compared with 2018 – from 180 tonnes CO2e (carbon dioxide equivalent) to 40 tonnes CO2e.
Food comes courtesy of award-winning chef Jonas Svensson, whose Zero Menu features dishes that have just the quarter of the average carbon footprint of an equivalent meal.
Size of each Zero cabin, the island’s main housing option. The cabins are built from sustainable materials and are powered by renewable electricity.
This article was originally published in the September 2019 issue of SilverKris magazine