Reducing our environmental footprint is a priority at Disneyland Paris, both in guest-facing areas and behind-the-scenes.
As part of our continued actions launched several years ago, the resort is pursuing its efforts to reduce water and energy consumption.
Disneyland Paris is committed to energy efficiency and renewable energies.
Some examples taken jointly at the resort:
Air conditioning is adjusted in rooms before guests arrive at Disney Hotels
All Disneyland Paris air conditioning is adjusted in closed areas open to Guests and Cast Members (*).
Air conditioning is also decreased in unoccupied backstage areas during weekends and at night
Progressive replacement of showerheads and toilet flushes of the destination
Exterior doors for restaurants, shops and attractions remain closed when air conditioning or ventilation systems are used inside
Theme Park lighting is switched off during closing hours (except for maintenance, cleaning and construction areas)
The Horticulture teams practice reasoned watering, a practice that conserves water. They have also implemented processes that continually work to use water efficiently through flower and plant selection and technological enhancements
(*) all indoor attractions, theaters, restaurants, bars, shops, Hotels lobbies and corridors, backstage buildings.
Turning the heating down or the air conditioning up by one degree can reduce energy consumption by 7%.
Closed curtains for better room insulation in very hot weather conditions
Depending on the hotel, the room temperature has been adjusted to the weather conditions and guests can change it for their comfort between 20 and 26°C using the thermostat
Charge phones, tablets and computers only as long as necessary
Keep room lights and television turned off until needed and use natural light as much as possible
Favor short showers instead of baths and leave in the bathtub the towels when they need it to be changed
Turn off the water tap while toothbrushing
The hotel’s unused soaps are recycled to make new bars of soap that are distributed to disadvantaged families in France.
For nearly a century, Disney has found inspiration in the wonders of the world we share and has taken action to support a healthier planet for people and wildlife around the globe. At Disneyland Paris, we have always believed in finding practical, realistic, and effective solutions to the major challenges we face while working to limit our environmental footprint. Tackling energy and water consumption is not new at Disneyland Paris, as concrete actions have been taken at the resort for years.
Together, we can create an even more innovative and sustainable tourist destination in Europe
by putting in place strategies to address major environmental challenges.
Our energy saving efforts here at Disneyland Paris are part of a company-wide commitment to the environment, known as Disney Planet Possible. Together we’re taking action to reduce our environmental footprint, care for wildlife and their habitats, and create stories that inspire optimism for a brighter, more sustainable future.