Zero carbon emission target for 2030 in Formula 1

It was announced in 2019 that Formula 1 is committed to achieving zero carbon emissions by 2030, as part of its sustainability strategy.

Based on 2018, a Formula 1 season represents an average of 256,551 tonnes of CO2 per year. Logistics alone accounts for 45% of carbon emissions. 27.7% comes from transporting the various people who work during a Grand Prix.

All offices and facilities owned or operated by F1, and all offices, factories or facilities owned by teams account for 19.3% of carbon emissions.

The rate is much lower for broadcasting, other races before Grand Prix, Paddock Club operations, circuit energy consumption, use of generators and team impact on the circuit, 7.3 %.

0.7% is the percentage of CO2 that Formula 1 cars produce with the fuel used over an entire season.

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