“Formula One have said they will be carbon neutral by 2030, but it’s not that difficult,” Chris whispered. “Just do it, we’ll help you.”

The radio host said CarFest banned plastic bottles and cups last year and have brought in compost toilets instead of the chemical portaloos.

“You ban all your food and beverage people from bringing plastic knives and forks and all that. We’ve reduced our carbon tonnage from 290 tonnes to 210 tonnes in three years but we’ll get to zero next year by offsetting everything else,” he explained.

Chris revealed that they will be working with a company that will reward their decreased carbon footprint by planting trees but the team haven’t decided who they’re going to work with yet.

“We want the best deal to make money for Children in Need and all the other children’s charities,” he nodded.


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