Net Zero Culture – Formula One

Formula One is a watchword for innovation and excellence in sport, engineering and technology but it generates 256,000 tons of CO2 emissions each season. Now F1 is committed to being net carbon zero by 2030. Here, Alice Ashpitel, sustainability and environment manager at Mercedes Benz Motorsport, details the steps Mercedes F1 is taking on its journey to net zero.
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