A BIRD’S-EYE VIEW OF CONSERVATION

September 11, 2017

Conservation work, such as strategic migratory bird projects, helps us learn about ecosystems near our operations while developing local relationships.

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Conservation People

UNITED ABOUT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

July 19, 2017

We all share the Earth. And while we may have different personal goals, we all have a vested interest in balancing conservation and development on a global scale.

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Conservation Public Policy

LOUISIANA DELTA RESTORATION

June 12, 2017

Finding and producing oil and natural gas in a manner that promotes economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities is what we do at ConocoPhillips. From the great plains of America’s Midwest, to Alaska’s icy North Slope, our accomplishments are detailed in the 2016 Sustainability Report.

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Conservation Louisiana

FOCUSED ON SUSTAINABILITY

June 1, 2017

Finding and producing oil and natural gas in a manner that promotes economic growth, a healthy environment and vibrant communities is what we do at ConocoPhillips. From the great plains of America’s Midwest, to Alaska’s icy North Slope, our accomplishments are detailed in the 2016 Sustainability Report.

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Conservation

HONORED TO BE ONE OF THE ‘BEST CORPORATE CITIZENS’

January 27, 2017

ConocoPhillips was recently honored as one of America's 100 Best Corporate Citizens by Forbes and Just Capital. The 900 largest public companies in the U.S. were evaluated on 10 metrics weighted according to their importance to the American public, based on survey. The Top 100 is made up of three or four companies from each sector. It is the first year for the list to be published.

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Community Giving Conservation People

SUSTAINABILITY – FROM ALASKA’S ICY NORTH SLOPE TO TROPICAL TIMOR LESTE

June 29, 2016

We have operations across the globe, from Alaska’s icy North Slope to tropical Timor Leste, northwest of Australia. But there is one common thread that runs through all of our operations - sustainability.

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Alaska Conservation
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