The role of EMS in environmental and organizational performance

Wijesooriya, Chinthake, Xu, Dongming and Green, Peter (2011). The role of EMS in environmental and organizational performance. In: Proceedings of the 2010 National EMS Conference. 2010 National EMS Conference, Geelong, Vic., Australia, (). 11-14 October 2010.

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Author Wijesooriya, Chinthake
Xu, Dongming
Green, Peter
Title of paper The role of EMS in environmental and organizational performance
Conference name 2010 National EMS Conference
Conference location Geelong, Vic., Australia
Conference dates 11-14 October 2010
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 2010 National EMS Conference
Place of Publication Gosford, N.S.W., Australia
Publisher The Environmental Management Systems Association (EMSA)
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
Total pages 5
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Current market demands and government legislation force farmers to review their environmental processes and performance. Environmental processes can be implemented effectively by using Environmental Management Systems (EMSs). Therefore effective use of EMSs is critical for the achievement of environmental performance. However, the role of EMSs in achieving environmental and organizational performance, from an information systems context is yet to be investigated. Such an investigation requires the use of an effective instrument for reliability. The absence of an effective instrument in Australian agriculture triggered this study to develop an instrument for the investigations. Consequently, the objective of this research is to investigate the role of EMSs in environmental and organizational performance from an information systems context. The study could help explain the relationship between the EMS and the environmental and organizational performance from an Information Systems context. Furthermore, this study could indicate the necessary type of Information Systems resources and environmental capabilities in achieving environmental performance. Such findings are expected to contribute to further development of EMS applications. The users of EMS will benefit immensely as they can focus on the necessary applications of resources and capabilities.
Keyword Environmental sustainability
EMS
IS
Information systems in environmental sustainability
EMS in agriculture environmental sustainability
Q-Index Code EX
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Institutional Status UQ

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Created: Mon, 21 Mar 2011, 12:39:57 EST by Mr Chinthake Wijesooriya on behalf of UQ Business School