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The Energy Coalition
5

Who knew Disney did so much!!

Analyst, Vertical Research Partners
4

Easy read about a place I know well!

Facility Manager, JLL
5

Interesting information on how Disney is approaching sustainability.

Community Planner, Department of Homeland Security
4

Good compilation of Disney's efforts

Global Green Building Program Manager , Intel Corp.
3

Very impressive

Graduate Student, Tongji University
5

well-written reading material

Property Manager, JLL
4

Quite enlightening .... and interesting . . . . .Learned a substantial amount about Disney both from a sustainability perspective and corporation.

Project Manager, CBRE
4

Wish there was more info

Mechanical Engineer, U.S. Army
4

Very interesting, since I was at Disneyworld just over a year ago.

Project Architect- SEH
5

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Village of Pinecrest
4

Interesting!

3

Good basic overview of Disney initiatives

Project Lead, Ecova
4

Disney's doing some great work! Well-organized training materials.

Architect, Ekobina
Pro Reviewer
3

This article is about Disney’s approach to developing its corporate responsibility. It gives information about their ambitious long-term environmental goals as well as strategies to reach these goals and integrate its environmental efforts with social efforts. There is also a section where highlights of the green features in four LEED certified buildings are given.
It was good to read about the social efforts of the company as well as the environmental.
In general, the course meets the stated objectives. The content is non-technical, well organized and easy to follow. I can recommend this course to those who are interested in corporate sustainability.

ARCADIS
4

who doesn't love disney?!

Consultant, Eastern Research Group (ERG)
5

Lovely materials

Architect, Edwards + Hotchkiss Architects
5

Excellent

Engineer, Thornton Tomasetti, Inc.
5

This course taught me a lot!

Preconstruction Manager, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.
5

Interesting.

Architect, Wellner Architects, Inc.
3

This article was inaccurate on the comment that there were no signs telling the family of the boy that was killed that there were alligators in the area. It is my understanding that there were some signs but that they were not prominent and were not typically followed or enforced.

Director of Marketing, Green Building Research Institute (GBRI)

Hi Ann, Thanks for sharing this. I am happy to look into that further and make sure the article is as accurate as possible. We appreciate you viewing the article and hope you find this and others informative! Thanks, Kayla

Metropolitan Planning Group
5

Fun to learn about Disney

Deputy Associate Director, Cultural Resources Partnerships & Science, National Park Service
5

Informative and well-presented.

Senior Project manager, DNA Architects, Pentland Green LLC
5

Great Course

Gilbane Building Company
3

Very interesting regarding the Disney sustainability practices

building plans examiner, Town of Huntington
5

that was very interesting as a Disney fan

Purchasing Agent/Energy Manager, City of Haverhill
5

very interesting information.

Project Manager, HDR, Inc.
4

Good article. Have been spoiled with audible presentations. Having the actually read something was difficult.

Operations Support, Urban Organics
5

Great ppt presentation - includes a lot of great info that once could integrate into their own business.

Senior Cost Estimator, MBP, Inc.
4

good presentation

Senior Project Manager, CRL Contracting, INC.
5

I found the course educational and extremely interesting. I have been to Disney Land in Florida a half dozen times have seem some of the advancements in sustainability explained in the course.

Project Manager, Mortenson
3

Good information on Disney.

Manager of Technology Integration, WSP USA
4

Good overview of the program

Mechanical Engineer, AECOM
5

good example

Senior Architect, Arab Engineering Bureau
3

good

Valladares Ingenieria
3

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LEED / Commissioning Consultant, Salimus Consultancy DMCC
Pro Reviewer
3

This is a brochure providing general information about the Walt Disney Company measurable sustainability initiatives. The company identified six trends creating risks and opportunities linking financial and operational performance to environmental and social factors to improve decision-making, such as: increased costs for energy and raw materials; continued environmental decline in influencing consumer and investor decision-making; a link between the environment and human health; shifting environmental challenges due to technology; increased market- place expectations for transparent reporting; and the need to increase collaboration with external partners to reach goals. This course may be helpful for those who consider an environmental responsibility as a key factor in maintaining a positive reputation of an Organization.

Commissioning Consultants Hawaii
4

Good to hear the increased level of interest in sustainability.

Architect, LEED AP BD+C, ENVISION SP, OFFICINE GREEN BUILDING
Pro Reviewer
4

The course is an article that describes the management and environmental conservation of Walt Disney Company in all its parks and villages around the world and the protection of the health and well-being of all people who interact with the company as employees, visitors or local members of the working communities.
An interesting article that analyzes strategies and tactics to reach goals integrating its environmental efforts with social efforts.
The best feature is the clarity in the synthesis of relatively complex arguments.
It is also a course for professionals but even for beginners.
It is a course that has met my expectations, is well done in terms of content and graphics.
After completing the course you will have a general knowledge of Disney sustainability iniziatives; That is why I gave 4 stars.

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