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The Walt Disney Company has released their second Citizenship Performance Summary to update the progress they have made towards their corporate citizenship goals. This report is expected to be released every March. Some highlights include:

  • Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund its 1,000th conservation grant
  • Inspired kids and families to take more than 4.5 million actions
  • Donated nearly $370 million
  • Employees volunteered 667,000 hours
  • Hired 2,400 Veterans since the launch of Heroes Work Here
  • Reduced net direct greenhouse gas emissions by 50%
  • Decreased electricity consumption by more than 10%

Here is what Disney had to say about the release of the report:

In March 2012, The Walt Disney Company published a series of time-bound, measurable targets to track its Citizenship performance. The 2013 Performance Summary is our second disclosure of progress against those targets. We plan to continue to report on an annual basis so that we can track our performance year-over-year. Along with this Performance Summary, we have published stories and other performance-related information on our website providing a more frequent, relevant, and transparent view of our Citizenship efforts.