One of the world-famous Formula 1 racers said that motorsport can help the world to fight such a problem as climate change.
After completing his career in 2016, Nico Rosberg moved away from fuel-powered cars and began to promote green energy. He now acts as an environmental businessman. In the electric car industry, he is a well-known figure as he constantly speaks about climate change, as well as the owner of two championships for the production of electric cars, such as Formula E and Extreme E. His main activity is the Greentech Festival, which promotes green technologies.
In a week, he will take part in a large-scale COP26 climate change conference. At this conference in Glasgow, he will give a talk on how motorsport can help stop climate change. The point is that competitions like Formula 1 should start developing in the field of transition to electric motors, or those that will be less polluting.
Given that this sport is very popular and has many fans, athletes are constantly being tested and trained, during which there is huge pollution of the air and the environment. Therefore, large organizations should think about how to start developing areas that can reduce the pollution of the planet.