Conservation Volunteers Australia

Chevron Australia's employees are passionate about protecting the environment and through our partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia, are encouraged to spend one paid day per year volunteering on a local environmental project.

Chevron employees spend one working day per year volunteering on local environment or humanitarian projects, including the Chevron River and Catchment Restoration Program.

Our partnership with Conservation Volunteers Australia also funds the Chevron Aboriginal Conservation Training Program – a highly successful program that provides pathways for Aboriginal people in employment, further training and life path opportunities.

The program is further benefited by community partnerships with the WA Department of Parks and Wildlife and the South West Land and Sea Council.

The 12 week program runs three times per year and includes conservation skills development, as well as ongoing cultural education that encourages participants to reconnect to their country.