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How F1 intends to keep turning the screw on becoming ‘Zero-Carbon'

Formula 1 has reiterated its commitment to being Net-Zero Carbon by 2030, and has updated on how the initiative is proceeding after three years. In 2019, F1 announced a plan to progress the sport to becoming entirely net carbon zero by the year 2030, with measures in place to gradually reduce and improve the sport's carbon output. This week, F1 has shown it hasn't forgotten about those plans, and has updated on the steps taken to help reduce carbon output right across the entire sport. The sport's sustainability strategy applies right across the board, and has challenged teams, broadcasters, suppliers, race promoters, the FIA, and the media to help reduce the sport's global footprint. In...
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