Mercedes issued its second annual sustainability report, and revealed a 50 percent decrease in carbon dioxide emissions, with an update on their Accelerate 25 programme. Mercedes said in a statement, The Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS F1 Team are very happy to announce the publication of their annual sustainability report.
The report captures their continued drive towards sustainable high performance, and it aims to provide a transparent and comprehensive overview of their social and environmental initiatives, impacts for the period from August 2021 to August 2022, including the publication of their externally audited 2021 carbon dioxide footprint.
The company said they are highlighting their commitment to implement sustainability initiatives, to building more diverse and inclusive team through their Accelerate 25 programme, along with a summary of their charity, and community involvement. The report also highlights the second time that the team has documented their sustainability activities, which have become the first team to publish that kind of report in 2021.
The report also said that Mercedes is also exceeding its ambition to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions by 50 percent by 2022, and they are also looking ahead to their next challenge as they are working to transition from leading the practice to become pioneers.
The main aim is to embed environmental sustainability in every decision they make, and every action they take. With a strategic ambition to become the most sustainable professional sports team in the world, they have set challenging targets to decrease their carbon dioxide footprint and achieve net zero by 2030.