Shell unveils $300m nature investment plan

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Shell is to work with Land Life Company on reforestation projects as part of a major new investment programme / Credit: Shell
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Shell is to work with Land Life Company on reforestation projects as part of a major new investment programme / Credit: Shell

As Total completes latest renewables acquisition, Shell steps up emissions reduction efforts with new natural ecosystems offset plan

Shell has today unveiled the latest part of its new emission reduction strategy, announcing plans to invest $300m over the next three years in natural ecosystem-based projects. The oil giant said the...

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