Innerdalsvatna Lake, near Ålvundeidet, Norway © Anders Graham/Turbin Films/Nimia
All is calm and quiet here at Norway’s Innerdalsvatna Lake. This Scandinavian country has made headlines in recent years for its efforts to protect the environment, and natural scenes just like this. Its parliament has pledged to go carbon neutral by 2030, an ambitious effort that would rely on carbon offsets. The country is also known for its wide adoption of plug-in electric vehicles, boasting the largest fleet per capita in the world.