Williams Racing has outlined its ambition to be climate positive by the end of the current decade.
It has also become the first Formula 1 team to sign up to the United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework.
Being climate positive means a company is removing more Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere than it is producing.
In order to achieve its targets Williams has outlined five key sustainability pillars.
They include Climate Action, Biodiversity Stewardship, Sustainable Innovation, Industry Access for All, and Purpose Driven Leadership.
As part of that plan Williams is aiming to protect and preserve the biodiversity of its campus at Grove and will also reduce carbon emissions for travel and energy consumption.
Each of the five pillars will be measured, audited and reported on an annual basis.
“Williams Racing is a pioneer in Formula 1 and the racing world and has a strong heritage developing Formula 1 technology and transferring it to the EV and sustainable transport and energy sectors,” said CEO Jost Capito.
“We are living in a time when our planet and society is changing faster than ever.
“Building on the progress the global motorsport industry has made on sustainability in recent years, we have taken time to thoroughly analyse our entire operation and develop a comprehensive purpose driven, Sustainability Strategy to accelerate our sustainable transformation.
“As a team, we wanted to push the envelope and be the pace setter for sustainability in global motorsport and in the wider automotive industry.
“So today we are making the commitment to be climate positive by 2030 and we will be using our knowledge to nurture and develop advanced technology to meet this goal.”