Company survey response

Suncor

Member of UN Global Compact

Headquarters in Canada

Suncor website

🔎 Run a search for “Suncor”

🔎 Run a search for “Suncor” in Contracts

Get RSS feed of these results

All stories

Story
1 August 2016
+ Français - Hide
Story
29 July 2016

Philippines: World’s largest carbon producers ordered to respond to complaint alleging human rights abuses from climate change

In September 2015, civil society groups and typhoon survivors brought a complaint before the Commission of Human Rights of the Philippines calling for an investigation into the responsibility of big fossil fuel companies for fuelling climate change...

See full story

Article
9 March 2016

Shareholder resolutions increase pressure on companies to address climate change

Author: Benjamin Hulac, Environment & Energy Publishing (E&E) (USA)

"Spurred by Paris, shareholder climate resolutions reach new high", 9 Mar 2016...

Read more

Story
22 September 2015

Philippines: Carbon majors face national human rights complaint on climate change for the first time

See full story

Article
13 October 2014

Fossil fuel companies may face extensive litigation for climate change damages, warn experts

Author: Andrew Gage, West Coast Environmental Law & Michael Byers, University of British Columbia, in Globe and Mail (Canada)

"Why climate litigation could soon go global", 9 Oct 2014...

Read more

Article
21 April 2014

Suncor worker dies in work site accident

Author: Oil Patch Asia

Suncor Energy has confirmed the death of an employee after he was injured Sunday morning at a site near Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada. The company has released the name of the victim. Emergency crews were contacted at 11:30 a.m., after the male...

Read more

Article
1 November 2011

Making Trade and Human Rights Part of the Solution: WTO Strategies to Link Trade and Human rights in Conflict Zones

Author: Susan Ariel Aaronson, professor, George Washington University [USA]

In this article, I argue that trade must be part of the solution to advancing human rights in conflict zones. The members of the WTO increasingly recognize that they need to be more flexible to accommodate trade with nations in and recovering from...

Read more

Story
12 July 2011

EU, US likely to expand sanctions to target oil & gas revenues that diplomat says are "facilitating" govt.'s abuses

See full story

Article
12 July 2011

West needs to treat sanctions against Syria with caution

Author: [opinion] Robin Mills, in The National [United Arab Emirates]

Oil could be a key factor in pushing the financially shaky regime over the edge...Oil production is dominated by the state-owned Syrian Petroleum Company, and some foreign companies: Royal Dutch Shell with partners the China National Petroleum...

Read more

Article
1 March 2011

Canadian companies urged to look at the cost of doing business with despots

Author: Geoffrey York, CTV News [Canada]

[T]he…rebellions in Egypt and Tunisia… – and, a few days after the convention, in Libya – have shown the risks of relying on autocracy. Two of Canada’s biggest companies, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. and Suncor Energy Inc., suddenly found their reputations...

Read more