Shell Social Investment in the U.S.
Title: Shell Social Investment in the US: Environment
Duration: 0:50 minutes
Highlighting the investments Shell has made in the US over the last two decades to benefit our environment and communities.
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.
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Shell Oil Company works to protect, preserve and restore the environment where we live, work and play alongside leading organizations across the US. In the last two decades, together with these experts, we have helped restore and protect more than 13 million acres of wetlands, conserve more than 1.8 million acres of land, install nature-based solutions, like artificial reefs, to support local economies, promote marine wildlife and habitat resilience, mitigate flooding and slow coastal erosion.
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