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The world’s eight billionth challenge

Writing in various media outlets on World Population Day, Shell director for upstream international Andrew Brown argues that the world must act to secure a low-carbon future before the world’s eight billionth person is born in the coming years.

Letter to the FT: Widespread carbon pricing is vital to tackling climate change

The heads of six energy companies, including Shell CEO Ben van Beurden, write a joint letter to the Financial Times about the role natural gas can play in addressing climate change, and the need for effective carbon pricing in realising its full impact.

Driving growth in Asia's energy talent pool

Writing in Singapore’s Straits Times, Shell Chief HR and Corporate Officer Hugh Mitchell argues the need for more talented young Asian engineers and scientists to help the region supply enough energy to maintain economic prosperity while tackling climate change.

Realism and reinvention for the new energy future

A year into the job as Shell CEO, Ben van Beurden reflects on what it will take to stay relevant in the new energy future.

Letter to the FT: All must play their part in energy transition

The Financial Times published a letter to the editor from Shell CEO Ben van Beurden on Monday 15 December 2014.

Minority Powerbrokers Q&A: Shell's Donny Ching

Donny Ching tells Law360 how he became Shell’s Legal Director and the first Asian member of its Executive Committee.

Natural gas for India’s energy security

Writing in India’s Financial Express, Shell Upstream International Director Andy Brown argues that natural gas, including India’s own resources, could offer a cleaner alternative to coal while supporting the development of renewables.

America and China take giant step in responding to climate change

Shell CEO Ben van Beurden writes in the Times newspaper on why he believes the agreement between China and the USA could reinvigorate efforts to tackle climate change.

Why this ‘Big Oil’ CEO believes in applying a price to carbon

Writing in Forbes to mark the UN Climate Summit in New York, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden calls for market-based mechanisms to help reduce emissions and keep the lights on for a growing population.

A sharper focus on the bottom line

Shell CEO Ben van Beurden shares his vision of the changing energy landscape and explains how the company is preparing for the future.

Overcoming Asia’s resource challenge

Writing in The Philippine Star, Shell Chief Financial Officer Simon Henry outlines three steps to address pressure on resources of energy, food and water as populations grow and economic success creates a larger middle class striving for better access to goods and services.

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