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Tag Archives: green
Near the Disney Vacation Club booth in the 2009 International Flower and Garden Festival at EPCOT there’s a sign with a few suggestions Disney has to help green your vacation. It’s easy to vacation green. Here are 5 simple ways … Continue reading
Disney’s Magical Express is a key part of the resort’s plan to keep Guests located on property for their whole vacation, which puts their money in Disney’s wallets. The service is a ‘free’ (ie, it’s built into your vacation package … 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
Disney’s Animal Kingdom guests will get a “leap” on this weekend’s time change with a series of frog-focused activities reminding them to set their clocks ahead. Plus they’ll get some tips on how to help preserve a ‘frog friendly’ environment … Continue reading