Disney Sets New Environment Goals For Carbon Emissions and Waste

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The Walt Disney Company has just set out a long list of ambitious environmental goals that it plans to see through in the very near future. The 99 page corporate responsibility report included long term goals of producing zero waste, zero net greenhouse gas emissions, minimize water use, as well as short term goals of taking small steps towards those goals. Regardless, cutting 50% of waste at a theme park is no simple task, so the Walt Disney Company is certainly on the right track to going green.DisneyLand Magic Kindgom Environment

The Walt Disney Company has just set out a long list of ambitious environmental goals that it plans to see through in the very near future. The 99 page corporate responsibility report included long term goals of producing zero waste, zero net greenhouse gas emissions, minimize water use, as well as short term goals of taking small steps towards those goals. Regardless, cutting 50% of waste at a theme park is no simple task, so the Walt Disney Company is certainly on the right track to going green.

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