The objective is to reduce emissions by up to 50% by 2030, where F1 has marked some steps to follow to achieve the proposed goals.

At Forever Green, we are pleased to see Formula 1 taking significant steps towards sustainability with its ambitious Net Zero campaign for 2030. This project aims to reduce carbon emissions by at least 50% over the next decade, marking a crucial milestone in the fight against climate change.

So far, F1 has managed to reduce 13% of its emissions by 2022, thanks to measures such as the use of renewable energy in factories and optimizing global freight transport. However, there is still a 37% reduction to be achieved, and this is where the next steps of the campaign are focused.

Among the planned strategies is investment in alternative fuels, which will be implemented with the introduction of 100% sustainable engines in 2026. Additionally, solutions are being explored across the paddock to comprehensively reduce energy consumption.

While specific data on carbon emissions in 2023 is not yet available, it is encouraging to see that all ten F1 teams retained their three-star environmental accreditation from the FIA. This achievement highlights the championship’s collective commitment to sustainability, setting a precedent in the motorsport industry.

At Forever Green, we applaud these efforts and look forward to seeing how Formula 1 continues to lead the way towards a cleaner and more sustainable future for all.

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