Disney VIP world tour will produce 6.2 tonnes of carbon for each guest

Travellers on ‘bucket list adventure’ costing $110,000 will emit 20 times more than poor people do in a year

Disney is marketing a $110,000-a-ticket elite package tour that comes with a carbon price tag of 6.2 tonnes of emissions for each guest – 20 times more than a person in a low-income country accounts for in an entire year.

The 24-day “bucket list adventure”, which is limited to 75 guests, takes in 12 Disney resorts in six countries on three continents. Customers will travel on a “VIP-configured” Boeing 757, accompanied by Disney staff “who [will] provide fun and fact-filled stories enabling you to be immersed in every location you visit”.

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(SOURCE) https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/jul/25/disney-vip-world-tour-will-emit-62-tonnes-of-carbon-for-each-guest

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