Since 2003, CCEC has been a key sponsor of the Jane Goodall Institute and supports their Roots & Shoots program, which provides a platform for young people to organize extra-curricular environmental, humanitarian and animal protection activities in their local communities.
In Chengdu – also known as "the Homeland of the Giant Panda", where UECSL has its base for the Chuandongbei Gas Project-UECSL adopted one panda from birth and provide funding for research to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. Chevron's panda, Xue Xue, was born on August 3, 2011, and now lives happily at the Panda Base in Chengdu.
Serious water shortages affect people living in China's arid western region. UECSL partnered with the China Women's Development Foundation in a project that creates water cellars and provides drinking water for farmers. In the past few years, UECSL donations have impacted more than 500 families in western China.
In the town of Zishui, in Chongqing Municipality, UECSL assisted the local government with a waste management education program.