Formula One aims for zero-carbon footprint by 2030
Carbon-reduction projects to start immediately after championship sets out its first sustainability plan
London — Formula One (F1) set out its first sustainability plan on Tuesday with the aim of achieving a net zero-carbon footprint for the sport by 2030.
The Liberty Media-owned championship, which will have a record 22 Grands Prix in 2020 with the 10 teams flown around the world, said carbon reduction projects will start immediately. It also promised that all Formula One events will be sustainable by 2025...