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Advancing science, tools and practices for managing ecological and related social impacts and risks in the development and production of energy resources.


In 2014, CI and Chevron launched a five-year strategic partnership to advance science, tools and practices for managing ecological and related social risks in the development and production of energy resources.

The partnership aims to enhance the company’s environmental and social performance through the improvement and application of tools. These tools will help to better identify environmental risks and opportunities, such as threats to biodiversity and ecosystems. The partnership also seeks to strengthen the recognition of linkages between social and environmental performance in social investment programs to simultaneously address ecosystem health and human well-being, including sustainable livelihoods.

Built on more than a decade of working together, the partnership leverages the expertise and resources of both organizations.



Our role

CI serves as a technical advisor on several of Chevron’s corporate environmental stewardship initiatives. CI’s role also includes facilitating the delivery of on-the-ground social and environmental projects in several countries where Chevron and CI operate.

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Edit Item Text:CI is bringing its expertise to help improve tools for identifying environmental risks and opportunities, as well as for identifying the interconnections between social and environmental performance to inform decision-making and support continual improvement.
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Edit Item Title:Develop assessment tools
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Edit Item Text:Building on Chevron’s role as a founding corporate sponsor of the Integrated Biodiversity Assessment Tool (IBAT), Chevron is helping CI to develop freshwater functionality in the IBAT. This functionality will improve the ability for IBAT users to screen for existing threats to freshwater biodiversity and aquatic ecosystems, providing information that can be used in making environmental management decisions.
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Edit Item Title:Work with local communities to integrate social and environmental goals
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Edit Item Text:Chevron Liberia Exploration and Development (CLED) and CI have partnered in Liberia to assess the feasibility of developing Conservation Agreements in the Barcoline community. Applying the methodology developed by CI’s Conservation Stewards Program, these community-level integrated social and environmental agreements are negotiated with local communities and include a package of social benefit investments as well as environmental conservation commitments and performance.
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EditImage Alt Text:Javan Leopard, Mount Halimun Salak National Park, West Java.
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EditText:Four endangered species: live in Mount Halimun Salak National Park in West Java

Chevron Geothermal Indonesia partnered with CI in Indonesia on a research project called Eye on the Forest, that collects information about the wildlife in the Park. The project placed cameras at eight locations and captured photos of the endangered Javan leopard as well as other species including, the wild boar, the muntjac, the common palm civet, the Malayan stink badger and the leopard cat. The project confirmed a growth in population of the Javan leopard and has helped raise community, employee and contractor awareness of the importance of biodiversity in the Park and surrounding areas.
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    EditImage Alt Text:Coral reef in Viti Levu, Fiji, Oceania. © William Crosse