Monday, 12 December 2016

Orlando Area Weather Information for the Next Few Days –Monday December 12th 2016.

Monday December 12th to Sunday December 18th 2016.
All predictions are approx.
Monday-Morning Fog, Partly Cloudy⛅️. Highs in the low 80'sF(Lows in the low 60's)
Tuesday-Sunny☀️. Highs in the low 80's(Lows in the low 60's)
Wednesday-Partly Cloudy⛅️. Highs in the low 80's(Lows in the low 60's)
Thursday-Partly Cloudy⛅️, Chance of Rain☔️. Highs in the low 70's(Lows in the low 50's)
Friday-Partly Cloudy⛅️. Highs in the low 70's(Lows in the high 50's)
Saturday-Sunny☀️. Highs in the low 80's(Lows in the low 60's)
Sunday-Sunny☀️. Highs in the low 80's(Lows in the mid 60's)

Winds should be moderate but will be breezy at the weekend.

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Thursday, 14 April 2016

Solar Panel Farm at WDW in Mickey Mouse Shape.

Everybody is talking about the new solar panels farm built in the shape of Mickey Mouse head in Buena Vista Florida, near Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort. 
Built by Duke Energy the site covers an area of over 20 acres has nearly 50,000 solar panels and can be seen from space! 

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Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Eco Friendly Orlando.

For National Bike Month, the City of Orlando held a special Bike to Work Day on May 3rd 2013 hosted by Mayor Dyer, to encourage people to use their bikes for work or outdoor pursuits for a more sustainable and Eco-friendly community. 
Also a forum has been launched called.... for residents to share their Green ideas and interact with other friends and neighbours to promote awareness.

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Central Florida Earth Day in Orlando 2013.

Central Florida Earth Day will be taking place in Orlando on Saturday April 20th 2013, 10.00am-6.00pm at Lake Eola park, it’s the 8th annual Earth Day event where visitors can join together to promote and celebrate the World around us, with activities planned throughout the day for all the family, food demonstrations, a kid zone, music, artist corner, speakers providing environmental education and much much more.

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Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Dolphin Rescue and Conservation at SeaWorld Orlando.

There is more to SeaWorld Orlando than just a theme park, conservation is taken very seriously here, rescue and care for many species of marine life is a regular event.

One recent touching story is of a baby dolphin spotted by a family who saw the dolphin in difficulties, they alerted the authorities, and SeaWorld moved into action. Six months later the family have been re-united with the Dolphin on a visit to SeaWorld.

You can read about this touching story on November 20th 2012 and find out more about the wonderful work that is carried out here and at the rest of the SeaWorld parks.

Friday, 21 September 2012

Disney Helping to Conserve the World.

When staying or visiting WDW Florida or any of the Disney parks all around the World keep in mind that conservation is very important to the Disney company, they fund ‘The Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund’ which is proving to be very successful, you can see how much they are achieving by going to their web-site, which has a page where you can view on Google earth the areas they cover all over the planet.

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Environment and Global Conservation at SeaWorld.

SeaWorld and Entertainment are not just theme parks,they contribute to educating their guests on the welfare of the planet and how to conserve wildlife and the creatures of the oceans. They are hands on with rescuing and caring for animals, having various projects around the world. In their parks they are very aware of the amount of rubbish that guests generate each year and are attempting to eliminate much of this by introducing paper bags instead of plastic to help cut down on the waste that is building up our planet and seeping into the ocean endangering marine life. As leading conservationist this is an important commitment to take. Also in conjunction with The Coca-Cola Company, paper cups are being used that have 85 percent renewable material, another way of keeping down the accelerating waste problem.