I'm a cynic, and although I'm not a tree-hugger, I much prefer not dumping at where we eat.
But really, wind and solar has scale problems, and highly dependent of the weather for a stable output. Hydro is a bit more stable, but like the first two, they're not immune from politics.
You'd think outdoor enthusiasts like hikers and such would be for renewable energy (and they are), but they won't like it too much if you stick a bunch of windmills at their favourite hiking spots, with good reason. Access roads need to be built, and the natural setting would be devalued because we're trying to be green.
Hydro's even worse in terms of the politics - them hippie tree huggers wants green power without any alteration of the natural environment. All of these renewable energy sources requires some level of it, and for the nuclear plants, no one's a fan of the waste.
Even if Shell isn't an oil company, I can see why someone would want to pull out of the business. There's just way too much crap to put up with even get some kind of consensus out there about what's good for us and good for where we live.