Advocacy and political activity
The transition to lower-carbon energy needs unprecedented collaboration. Shell is working with governments and industry associations to help inform the debate.
Here are examples of the positions we have taken in the climate debate around the world.
Find out about the progress we have made with our memberships of industry associations.
Our latest advocacy
We share our knowledge with policy makers. Find our latest advocacy updates here:
Shell supports the European Commission’s proposal for a 55% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. This challenging but clear target will encourage low carbon investment, and we will play our part
In a submission to the European Commission’s consultation on the Hydrogen Strategy, Shell provides views on an enabling policy framework for investment in clean hydrogen.
In a submission to the European Commission’s consultation on the 2030 Climate Target Plan, we share key policy options to accelerate climate action in the hard-to-decarbonise sectors and express support for raising the 2030 greenhouse gas emissions reduction target.
In a submission to the European Commission’s consultation on the Climate Law, Shell expressed support for the target to achieve climate neutrality in the European Union by 2050.
Shell UK Country Chair Sinead Lynch agrees with the Committee on Climate Change that by 2050 the vast majority of homes in the UK must use low-carbon heat.
Shell comments on The Georgetown Transportation and Climate Initiative High Level Framework For A Draft Regional Policy Proposal To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Pollution.
Shell encourages the EU to consider ambitious policies and incentives to drastically reduce methane emissions to near-zero from all natural gas used in Europe.
This note sets out Shell’s views on how Article 6 could work and key considerations for it to be effective. Shell shared this note with stakeholders at the United Nations Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid.
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