Shell is committed to being a good neighbor and protecting the environment where we live and work. Over the past 100 years, we have continued to help preserve and protect our communities through hundreds of conservation projects and initiatives. Collaborating with key organizations has enabled us to leverage our conservation program to ensure we are achieving the highest impact. Click on the boxes below to learn more about our conservation program.
Over the past 100 years, Shell has continued to help preserve and protect our communities through hundreds of conservation projects and initiatives.
Inside Conservation Activities
Shell partners with local conservation groups to support Shelley and other creatures on Belle Isle.
Shell’s Woodcreek campus recognized with certification for efforts that bolster local, state and national conservation efforts.
Learn how these employees planted trees in Houston
Shell partners with leading conservation groups to provide food and shelter for migrating monarch butterflies.
Learn how Shell’s conservation efforts may help bats in the battle against white nose disease- and why you should care.
A new mooring line in the Gulf of Mexico could further scientific knowledge of the world's interconnected ocean systems.
Shell partners to save historic watersheds in the Permian Basin.
Shell teamed up with The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, SeaWorld and others to aid in the recovery of killer whales.
The Shell Marine & Wildlife Habitat Program supports conservation of priority habitats and species in the communities.
Shell partners with CH2M for first natural infrastructure project in Louisiana.
Shell partners and engages with responsible organizations to leverage their expertise and ensure our investments make the most impact.
Over the past 100 years, Shell has continued to help preserve and protect our communities through conservation projects and initiatives.
XPRIZE, Shell and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) are joining together to accelerate ocean technology to illuminate the mysteries of the deep.