Swedes are known for a lot of things: Swedish meatballs, clogs, and windmills just to name a few. After having spent 4 days and 3 nights there myself I have to add friendliest people, greatest food and an impressive recycling program to the top of that list.
During my 10 day road trip in Europe with co-workers and friends Mya and Misty we had the unique experience of living the life (if even just for a brief time) of local Swedish residents. Thanks to the kind nature of the Nilsson family, Rolf Moller’s family, Tove, and other Climate Coaches we enjoyed the fun, food and recycling practices of these newfound friends.
While in Sweden we made a visit to Rolf Möller’s home in Kalmar, located on the west coast of Sweden to meet with his family and a few of the other Climate Coaches. Rolf and his wife had prepared a spread of delicious ‘climate friendly’ food for our visit complete with organic Free Trade wine. We had a wonderful time dining together and discussng the Climate Pilot Project while sharing tips for this first food challenge.