Creation and Communication of Environmental Knowledge within and between Communities of Practice

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    Abstract

    Building on knowledge management discussions this chapter analyses how environmental knowledge is created and transferred within and among enterprises. Communication processes in environmental management are conceived as transfer and translation of knowledge between different communities of practices and knowledge systems, each characterised by specific bounded cognition. Taking this theoretical approach, this chapter analyses specific problems related to the development and implementation of a sciencebased information system to assess and document the environmental properties of chemical.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCorporate Sustainability : Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Approaches
    EditorsInes Oehme, Ulrike Seebacher
    Number of pages28
    Place of PublicationWien
    PublisherProfil Verlag
    Publication date2005
    Pages227-254
    ISBN (Print)3-89019-578-3
    Publication statusPublished - 2005

    Keywords

    • Environmental knowledge

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