Volvo had a great idea called One Tonne Life

Volvo had a great idea called One Tonne Life

I don't know if you've heard of the "One Tonne Life" project or not. It's a project designed by Volvo and it teaches families how to save energy and live climate-smart. The family tested reduced so far an incredible 62 percent of its emissions to 2.6 tonnes / person / year. They started with 7.3 tonnes in January at the beginning of the test.
To avoid extreme and dangerous climate change the level has to be somewhere close to 1 tonne / person / year and this is what the Lindell family is trying right now. So far they declared they didn't have to do a lot of compromise, just try to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions.
What they have to do is to live in a villa built by A-hus made of wood and also they have to use a Volvo C30 Electric for a period of six months. The electricity consumption is the sector they made the best progress.
The hard part is yet to come, but for sure the Lindells will manage to achieve the objectives they have in mind and try to live as comfortable as possible despite all the restrictions.