Gordon Lambert

Gord Lambert is Executive Advisor, Sustainability and Innovation for Suncor Energy. In this role, Gord works with the CEO, Board, Executive Team, with industry peers and other stakeholders to drive improvements in environmental, social and economic performance through innovation and collaboration.

Prior to Suncor in July 1997, Gord spent two years as Director, Sustainable Development for TransAlta Corporation and 15 years with Imperial Oil Limited in Environment, Health and Safety, Planning, Operations and business development roles.

He is involved with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development in support of its work on climate change, energy and sustainable development within the business community. He is currently on the Boards of the Suncor Energy Foundation, Learning for a Sustainable Future (LSF), the Canadian Water Network, is Chair of the Board of Carbon Management Canada and Chairs the Advisory board to the Network on Business Sustainability.

He is a former Canadian representative on the Joint Public Advisory Committee to the US, Canadian and Mexican Environment Ministers under NAFTA (The Commission for Environmental Cooperation).

He is currently Suncor’s Shareholder Steering Committee representative on Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA) that has been established to accelerate the pace and scope of environmental performance improvement through collaboration among 14 major oil sands companies.

Gord completed the Ivey Executive Program in 1996. He is a current member and past director/treasurer of the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists. Gord graduated in 1980 from the University of Guelph with an Honors Bachelor of Sciences degree.