Neste is transforming the Swedish island of Lidö into a fossil-free exemplar of sustainable solutions. Labelled ‘Zero Island’, it now has a zero menu offering food options that make it simple for visitors to cut their carbon footprint.
Jonas Svensson is the chef who helped pull together the dishes. He factored in the production and transportation methods used in relation to each item, along with innovative ways to keep waste at a minimum. With food production accountable for a quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions, initiatives like these can act as a catalyst for others to rework their menus and food choices.
As Sweden moves towards its goal of being fossil free by 2045, Neste is showing what this can look like on Lidö. Check out its journey to zero campaign.