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As the 2022 F1 season kicked off with its inaugural race in Bahrain, the race had more eyes on it than ever before, thanks in part to the Netfix series Drive to Survive. What they might not see is that of all major sporting competitions, F1 cannot be considered sustainable. It has in fact got some particularly egregious issues, and the organization is acutely aware of that fact that the sustainability of F1 racing has to get on track.
In 2018, F1’s greenhouse gas emissions totaled 256,551 metric tons of CO2 equivalent. For comparison, Seth Wynes, who studies climate change mitigation at Concordia University, estimated that the four major sports leagues of North America combined emitted 121,841 tons of carbon dioxide that same year.
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