Shell. Wildlife destroyer of the year
Shell is sponsoring the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award. Yet Shell is one of the most environmentally destructive companies.
We show the real impact on wildlife, the environment and people of Shell's operations around the world.
Images © Ifieniya Lott/Women Light Foundation, Nigeria, Brian Shaad & Elaine Gilligan/Friends of the Earth, Emily Johns (posters)
Images © Nick Rau/Friends of the Earth, Sakhalin Environment Watch, Gravilov/Greenpeace
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska
Images © Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
County Mayo, Ireland
Images © Indymedia Ireland
Images © Desmond D'Sa/SDCEA, Humane Care Foundation - Curaçao
Success: Shell abandons wildlife prize
After 2 years of campaigning, Shell walk away from their sponsorship of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Shell. Wildlife Destroyer of the Year?
(PDF† 60K) October 2006
This briefing outlines some of the impacts that Shell is currently having on wildlife, as well as highlighting the hypocracy of Shell sponsoring the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition.
Shell Oiled Wildlife
Find out from Rising Tide about the devastating affect of Shell's activities on wildlife, on human communities and on the global climate, from their Tragic History Museum website.
Art not oil
Art Not Oil is a rolling exhibition aimed at encouraging artists to create work that explores the damage that companies like BP and Shell are doing to the planet, and the role art can play in counteracting that damage.