Explain and examine broader sustainability issues impacting Celestica’s industry/sector (electronic manufacturing) and identify sustainability leaders and laggards.

Step 1: an overview of the company (Celestica) and its sustainability strategy (1 page, double spaced)

Step 2: Five engaging questions that can be asked to Celestica’s sustainability representatives

Step 3: Review Celestica’s most recent annual sustainability report analyzing strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for the organization to improve its CSR portfolio (3 pages, double spaced)

Step 4: Explain and examine broader sustainability issues impacting Celestica’s industry/sector (electronic manufacturing) and identify sustainability leaders and laggards (5 pages, double spaced)

Important resources:
Carney, M. (2019). Fifty Shades of Green. Finance & Development, 56 (4), 12-15. Retrieved June 12, 2020 from https://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/fandd/2019/12/a-new-sustainable-financial-system-to-stop-climate-change-carney.htm

Website + 10 Years After Setting Audacious Goals, Unilever Shows How Purpose and Profit Can Coexist. The brands Sustainable Living Plan set a course for its future. https://www.adweek.com/agencies/10-years-after-setting-audacious-goals-unilever-shows-how-purpose-and-profit-can-coexist/

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/10/yvon-chouinard-patagonia-founder-denying-climate-change-is-evil
https://www.patagonia.ca/stories/whats-at-stake-is-the-future-of-humankind/story-72130.html

Chouinard, Y., Ellison, J., & Ridgeway, R. (2011). The Sustainable Economy. Harvard Business Review, 89(10), 5262.

Review examples of CSR/CS/Sustainability/ESG ranking reports and funds; Some to consider (search out on your own as well):
Corporate Knights, Global 100 Most Sustainable Companies / Best 50 Corporate Citizens
Newsweek Green Rankings
Forbes, The Worlds Top CR companies

Cooperrider, D., & Fry, R. (2012). Mirror Flourishing and the Positive Psychology of Sustainability. Journal of Corporate Citizenship, (46), 312.