Sustainability prize awarded to two places at Djurgården

Sustainability prize awarded to two places at Djurgården


The winners of White Guide’s ‘100% Cirkulärt’ 20/21 prize have been announced – and two of them are here at Royal Djurgården!

Oaxen Krog & Slip were the winners in the Innovation category for their ‘Nationwide recycling of wine corks’ project, while Rosendal’s Garden were awarded the prize for their large-scale project, ‘Experiment 2000 m2’.

Over 30 ideas from the whole of Sweden were nominated for this year’s prize, and now Oaxen Krog & Slip and Rosendal’s Garden will receive financial support to develop their projects in 2021. The aim of the projects is to contribute to the transition towards a circular economy and ultimately a more sustainable food system.

Congratulations to the winners!

Responsible consumption and production2000m2 educates people in sustainable food production and consumption (12.1,2,8)

Oaxen’s project promotes sustainable food production and consumption (12.2,5)

Climate action2000m2 shows how climate-friendly food reduces CO2 emissions (13.2)


Life below water2000m2 aims to help reduce over-fertilisation of the Baltic Sea (14.1)


Life on land2000m2 aims to protect ecosystems and promote biodiversity (15.5)


Partnerships for the goals2000m2 is a collaboration between a number of different parties across a variety of industries (17.17)

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