Shell volunteer plants native grasses


Shell views sustainability as providing essential energy for a growing population in a responsible way. Over the past 100 years, Shell has continued to help preserve and protect our communities through hundreds of conservation projects and initiatives.


Meet The Incoming Award Winning NSTA President, Dr. Alicia Conerly

Meet Dr. Conerly is an award-winning STEM educator that will assume the role of NSTA President.

The music keeps playing at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival

Jazz Fest is a celebration of all things New Orleans. The huge festival attracts nearly half a million attendees yearly, displaying the resilient soul of the city. Leslie Bouie, a fifth-generation New Orleans native, remembers the one following Hurricane Katrina most fondly because it was the one that almost wasn’t.

Conserving a Way of Life Along Louisiana’s Working Coast

Communities along the working coast are working with conservation organizations and companies to conserve, restore and protect wetlands.

Our Climate Target

Shell's target is to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050.

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Shell, Jazz Fest Attendees Fund Local Environmental Projects by Taking Out the Trash

More than 21 tons of waste recycled at New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival 2022

Tree Planting to Protect and Preserve the Natural Environment in our Community

Shell and local environmental groups work together to plant trees to benefit wildlife and our community.

Corporate Social Responsibility

For Shell, sustainability means providing essential energy for a growing population in a responsible way. This means being a careful and good neighbor by contributing to the well-being of communities where we work and live, which falls into Shell’s commitment to corporate social responsibility. Environmental Stewardship is one way Shell has continued to share benefits with communities over the past 100 years.

Environmental Stewardship

Shell strategically invests in conservation initiatives that are guided by scientific understanding and research of the environmental impact of our operations and address community-specific challenges and needs generated by our presence. In the last two decades, Shell Oil Company has helped restore and protect more than 13 million acres of wetlands, installed nature-based infrastructure solutions to mitigate flooding and slow coastal erosion, created artificial reefs to promote wildlife and support local economies, cleaned miles of shoreline with Shell volunteers removing 600,000 pounds of debris, and conserved more than 1.8 million acres of land. We also have shared much of the data we have collected so that others can learn from and leverage our efforts.


NFWF Announces $2.9 Million in Grants from the Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund

Sixteen projects will increase pollinator habitat and boost conservation efforts.

In March, Shell was at SXSW to showcase ways the U.S. can build a net-zero future

On March 14 and 15, Shell took over Antone’s in downtown Austin at South by Southwest where thousands of people visited the Shell House to discover ways the US can build a net-zero future. Audiences packed in to panels ranging from decarbonizing aviation to unlocking new perspectives in innovation. Multiple Shell senior leaders were present to dive deeper into how business, government and society must collaborate to achieve an equitable energy transition.