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Formula 1 renews commitment to be net-zero carbon by 2030

Formula 1, on Monday renewed their commitment to become Net-Zero Carbon by 2030, as part of their wider Sustainability Strategy announced in 2019. The sport has been involved in a drive towards sustainability and environmentally friendly practices, with the current generation of Turbo-Hybrid engines, one the most efficient engines in the world being an examples of F1's new direction. In 2019, F1 pledged to become a carbon neutral sport by 2030, and on Monday, a statement was released providing an update on the work done in that regard, along with a renewed commitment to see this initiative through. The statement said: 'In 2019, Formula 1 announced it aims to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030 as...
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