CH2M partners with Shell to transform Blue Hammock Bayou with restorative natural infrastructure

Shell Pipeline collaborates with The Nature Conservancy and CH2M to design and construct a natural infrastructure solution to complex challenges facing Ship Shoal Pipeline.

NFWF Announces $1.9 Million in Grants from Gulf Coast Conservation Program

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced 10 grant awards totaling $1.9 million to enhance coastal habitats, bolster fish and wildlife populations, and strengthen resilience along the Gulf of Mexico.

National Academy of Engineering Receives Generous Contributions Totaling $3.25 million

National Academy of Engineering Receives Generous Contributions Totaling $3.25 Million to Support the 2017 Global Grand Challenges Summit and Scholars Program.

NFWF Announces Release of Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program 2017 RFPS

NFWF Announces Release of Killer Whale Research and Conservation Program 2017 Request for Proposals.

CCA Louisiana and Conservation Partners Build “Big Jack’s Reef” in Calcasieu Lake

On Wednesday, CCA Louisiana, along with Shell Oil, Building Conservation Trust (CCA's National Habitat Program), the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), Lotte Corp, Road Rock Recycling and DLS Energy hosted government officials, volunteers and media members to view the installation of Big Jack’s Reef in the southeast portion of Calcasieu Lake.

New Artificial Reefs to Attract Fish, Anglers and Divers

Two new artificial reefs are now in place in the Gulf of Mexico, just six miles off the coast of Port O’Connor.

Shell releases sustainability report, says it spent $193 million on 'social investments'

Royal Dutch Shell spent nearly $193 million worldwide last year on voluntary social investments, including hundreds of thousands spent in Beaver County.

On Louisiana's coast, new land and trees rise from open water

Port Fourchon - About 20 people, most of them office workers from New Orleans, hopped from small boats Friday (April 21) onto a wide, grassy marshland. Their guide addressed them.

Search resumes for invasive green crabs in area waters

Volunteers are back to search Skagit County’s shorelines throughout the summer for invasive European green crabs.

Shell partners with Gonzales Middle to beautify Campus

A dozen Shell Geismar employees gathered at Gonzales Middle School last month to help beautify their campus.

Shell and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Expand Conservation Partnership

Shell Marine & Wildlife Habitat Program will help address conservation challenges across U.S.

Shell sponsorship promotes CCA youth angler education program

Shell sponsorship promotes CCA youth angler outreach and education program.

Northwest Straits Foundation awarded $10,000 grant from Shell Puget Sound Refinery

Funding will support the purchase of research equipment and monitoring of European green crabs by the Skagit County Marine Resources Committee (MRC) and its project partners.

A Journey of One Million Acres Begins with One Tree

Volunteers from Shell and some of its contractors across Louisiana worked to protect coastal wetlands a state Wildlife Management Area.

Building Coastal Resilience

Sixteen years to the day after Hurricane Katrina struck New Orleans with devastating effect, Hurricane Ida battered southern Louisiana in August of 2021, causing a catastrophic storm surge, extreme winds, flash flooding, and widespread power outages.

Helping Brook Trout get moving on upstream

Learn about the curious relationship between road culverts, brook trout and water quality.

Making science interesting

Shell Partners with Educators to Make Science More Interesting – One Race Car at a Time.

NOAA, NFWF Announce Record $136 Million for Coastal Resilience

Bipartisan Infrastructure Law strengthens and protects communities, enhances natural habitats

New Artificial Reefs to Attract Fish, Anglers and Divers

Two new artificial reefs in the Gulf of Mexico will create marine habitat that will attract sea creatures, anglers and divers.

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Partnering in Conservation for a Better Future

Shell and Building Conservation Trust teamed up to conduct the first ever Conservation Partnership Summit.

Shell and Tri-state Bird Rescue

Shell’s 22–year partnership and support of Tri-State Bird Rescue and Research has helped save thousands of birds’ lives every year.

Shell partners with REF to restore North America’s Amazon

Shell partners with Restore the Earth Foundation to restore some 1 million acres of land in North America’s Amazon.

Shell returns as lead sponsor for Houston’s Green Office Challenge

Shell returns as lead sponsor for Houston’s Green Office Challenge.

Shell volunteers and BTNEP work together on saving Marshes and Ridges

Volunteers from Shell join with the good folks at Barataria-Terrebonne National Estuary Program and take part in several planting projects near Port Fourchon.

Shell’s Lake Charles LNG team gets feet wet in Louisiana marshes

Team members of Shell’s Lake Charles LNG Project participated in a day of habitat restoration at the Sabine National Wildlife Refuge.

Super Tree Planning and Planting for the next 100 years

Shell and the Port Houston work together on a targeted approach to plant trees that store carbon while benefitting birds and wildlife along the busy Houston Ship Channel.