Why climate activists give me hope
In this frank and wide-ranging interview, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden looks back on a year when climate activism hit the streets – and ahead to a crucial decade for the future of energy and the planet.
My grandparents lost everything: it made me an economist
Shell’s Chief Economist, Steven Fries, on growing up in Pennsylvania, understanding downturns and why he drives one of the smallest cars on the market.
Sowing seeds for the future
Glengarry in the Scottish Highlands is restoring native pine forest in a project supported by Shell.
Speaking to the Oil and Money conference in London, UK, as he is named Energy Executive of the Year, Shell CEO Ben van Beurden speaks about the need for the energy industry to embrace its evolution. Read the speech in full.
Buckle up for a road trip across Europe with only one rule: the team with the lowest CO2 emissions wins.
From sharing solar power to fast charging for taxi firms, see how electricity is helping lower carbon emissions around the world.
When students questioned the energy experts: see the highlights from a livestreamed debate in London and the Netherlands on the future of energy.
How will the world meet growing energy demand while reducing carbon dioxide emissions? The Energy Podcast sets out to explore the options, and the possible outcomes. Listen and subscribe here.