From: GreenBiz
Published March 10, 2009 11:00 AM

Business Operations; Energy & Climate; Energy Use; Waste Management; Water Use

BURBANK, Calif. -- The Walt Disney Company details a set of long- and near-term environmental goals in its first comprehensive corporate responsibility report for the recreation and entertainment empire of media networks, theme parks, resorts, cruise and travel tours, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive media businesses.


Disney released its 99-page companywide corporate responsibility report yesterday along with reports highlighting aspects of the firm's parks and resorts segment, which started with Disneyland in Anaheim more than 55 years ago and now includes the Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club resorts, Adventures by Disney travel tours, and five resorts containing 11 theme parks, some of which are owned or co-owned by independent entities and operated under licenses from Disney.

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