Sustainability at Suncor

Disclosure information

Suncor continues to voluntarily report to stakeholders on our environmental and social performance, above and beyond regulatory requirements.

Suncor is listed on the FTSE4Good Index since 2009, a global benchmarking tool used by investors and researchers to measure the performance of environmentally and socially responsible companies.

Suncor has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) for 20 consecutive years, either the DJSI World or North America Index. The DJSI tracks the financial performance of leading sustainability-driven companies worldwide, based on economic, social and environmental criteria.

Suncor is also a member company of the CDP, an independent not-for-profit organization that records corporate climate change information. Suncor has reported to the CDP Climate since 2004 and CDP Water since 2010, to provide visibility and accountability to stakeholders on material sustainability topics. Suncor has been named a top reporter by the CDP in many years. For more information see the Downloads.

Suncor has worked to address CCAB's recommendations and has imbedded Aboriginal relations programs across the organization. Since 2017, Suncor holds a gold-level Progressive Aboriginal Relations (PAR) accreditation. PAR is a certification program that rates corporate Aboriginal relations performance at a Bronze, Silver or Gold level.

Suncor was listed by Corporate Knights magazine as one of the Best 50 Corporate Citizens in Canada in 2020.

Reporting frameworks

For more information on our sustainability disclosure please download our 2021 Report on Sustainability.

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