Formula 1: Williams pledge to be climate positive and sustainable by 2030

Williams have committed themselves to becoming climate positive by 2030 as part of a new sustainability strategy for the Formula 1 team. Climate positive means an organisation is removing more carbon from the atmosphere than it is producing. Chief executive officer Jost Capito said Williams would be “developing advanced technology to meet this goal”. Williams’ advanced engineering business, which seeks to apply F1 expertise in wider society, has already developed and sold technologies to reduce the energy consumption of supermarket fridges by application of aerodynamic theory. Williams’ goals range from reducing carbon emissions from travel and energy consumption at their factory to creating its own energy and developing carbon-capture technologies.

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