The management of Formula 1 has announced that it plans to reduce carbon emissions by cars that take part in its events to net-zero by 2030. Plans to achieve such a great feat is expected to take place almost immediately. A statement by the F1 chairman, Chase Carey, acknowledged the efforts being made by other organizations in tackling global warming and related issues caused by carbon emissions, pledging the Formula 1’s support to the cause. The Formula 1 would host a total of 22 events prizes in 2020, with teams coming in from around the world. Due to the nature of their events, they play a significant role in carbon emissions to an extent, and they are taking an active step to curtail, it could really go a long way. The announcement does not only affect races, but also the transportation and logistics of other teams, making it a very significant and sustainable effort by the management. The management would be joining with stakeholders and teams in the competition to see to its eventual success. Formula 1’s plan to cut down on carbon emissions also includes going green as they are also making plans to have their facilities powered by
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