During the next several years, the Walt Disney Co. is aiming to significantly reduce its greenhouse-gas emissions as well as its electricity consumption. The company's resorts, theme parks and cruise ships account for more than 90% of its emissions, making them the chief targets for reductions. "Clearly, our biggest footprint is with the theme parks and resorts. So we know we've got a lot of work to do with them," said Beth Stevens, senior vice president of environmental affairs at Disney.
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