They are the first F1 team to become a signatory of the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework
Williams Racing has launched a new Sustainability Strategy with the goal to be ‘climate positive’ by 2030.
The UK-based Formula 1 team says the plan has been developed over the past year in collaboration with experts, and has five key pillars: Climate Action, Biodiversity Stewardship, Sustainable Innovation, Industry Access for All and Purpose Driven Leadership.
Each pillar allows Williams to address a wide range of areas related to climate change, with each objective being measured and checked annually.
The strategy brings the firm in line with the Paris Climate Agreement and UN Climate Change Global Agenda, while Williams has become the first F1 team to become a signatory of the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework.