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As more than 20,000 delegates from nearly 200 countries gather in Glasgow, Scotland, for COP26, Shell’s Chief Climate Adviser, David Hone, shares his thoughts about what the conference can deliver.
In the Australian outback, one family is helping the land, their business, and in a small but significant way, the planet.
Through its partnership with Nissan in Formula E, Shell is developing new products to make electric vehicles more efficient.
Indigenous communities find opportunity – and renewed cultural strength – as Canada moves toward a lower-carbon economy.
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What could the roads of the future look like?From glow-in-the-dark motorway lanes to surfaces that take harmful substances out of the air, scientists and artists believe roads offer an untapped opportunity for energy innovation.