We returned from Disney World last month. I noticed a lot of emphasis placed on energy conservation, as well as several "green" awards for doing so.
Well, I noticed if you stay in the higher-end resorts on Disney property, you have a washer and dryer at your disposal, cloth towels in the lobby restrooms, daily linen service as well as dozens of propane torches burning all hours of the day. Even a huge indoor gas fire pit, with the AC running.
We had little signs around our room encouraging us to re-use towels and bed linens.
Speaking of gas,the Epcot fireworks display which occurs nightly included many torches and explosions which would heat our entire neighborhood for the winter.
Another strange phenomena which occurs is the rush of people to rent the mobility scooters. They seem to be pretty healthy until they enter the park, then their "health" seriously declines for some reason.
I suspect they have the dining plan.
Another thing I should mention for anyone that hasn't been there for some time is the noise during dining. We booked several higher-end restaurants, hoping to have a somewhat "quieter" dining experience. Not so; as usual the kids were out of control, unsupervised and out of school during a school week.
All in all it was a good vacation as it was 88 degrees.