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Tag Archives: corporate responsibility
Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, Disney Cruise Line, Disneyland Resort Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland have released their individual 2009 Community Reports that provides a snapshot of eaches corporate responsibility efforts. The report outlines outreach efforts and contributions of … Continue reading
A few days ago ‘Shine on’ banners started appearing across Central Florida and raising some eyebrows. Turns out Walt Disney World is preparing for a two week long series of events highlighting some deserving non-profits that the company supports. The … Continue reading
The Walt Disney Company recently committed to cutting its green house gas emissions in half as well as continuing its progress toward going green in other areas. They also released a consolidated corporate responsibility report so you can track their … Continue reading
Ever wonder where all that seafood consumed by SeaWorld’s guests and its wettest performers came from? Certainly not from the aquarium tanks. Although the Shark Encounter certainly looks to hold the capacity. SeaWorld took a careful look at their sources … Continue reading