The House of Mouse has been dominating the world of entertainment for the last two decades following its purchase of the Marvel superhero brand. Disney has been discussing ways to make its theme parks and resorts ecologically friendly for the last few years and recently announced some major improvements. Disney has placed the energy improvements in the hands of Dr. Mark Penning, who works as the Vice President of Animals, Science, and Environment at Disney Parks.
The drive to move to a net-zero carbon footprint is focusing on the use of solar power to generate electricity at its global chain of theme parks. The initial focus of the announcement regarding solar power focused on developments being made at the Disney World Resort in Florida. However, the blog post by Dr. Penning explains further developments are being made at Disney Land Paris and the private Castaway Cay island operated by the entertainment giant.Read More »