Environmental Management Information Systems (EMIS) are defined as “organisational and technical systems for the systematic collection, processing and provision of relevant environmental information in companies”. Such systems developed from the growing need to manage environmental information in response to internal and external pressures such as regulations, consumers, shareholders and changes in the business environment. While EMIS have become widely used in the corporate landscape during the 2000s, these systems have received little attention in the information systems research community as a whole.