One Tonne Life
Sweden's Environmental Affairs Minister Andreas Carlgren will today officially close the "One Tonne Life" project in Hässelby just outside Stockholm.
Over a period of six months, the Lindell family have lived climate-smart with their sights firmly set on reducing their emissions from the normal 7.3 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year to the minimal figure of just one tonne.
Following an impressive final sprint, the Lindells finished at 1.5 tonnes. This means the family has succeeded in cutting their emissions by almost 80 percent compared with their start back in January.