How Formula E achieves net zero

It’s a year since the ABB FIA Formula E Championship became the first and only global sport to be certified with a net zero carbon footprint from inception, having invested in certified climate-protecting projects in all race markets to offset emissions from all seven seasons of electric racing. Since its inaugural season, Formula E has worked with carbon footprint experts Quantis to carry out a lifecycle assessment, which is used to monitor and calculate the championship’s carbon footprint. Find out more about the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship’s Sustainability Programme. To read more about the certified offsetting projects Formula E has invested in, click on the locations below.

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