Economic Impacts of the End of Snow Shouldn’t be Under Estimated

In this NYTimes Sunday Review Opinion Piece “The End of Snow” by Porter Fox, the Features Editor at Powder Magazine has written a compelling description of the future for snow sports and snow on earth in light of current climate change projections.   For example, of he notes that of the 19 past sites for the Winter Olympics only 10 might be cold enough to host them by midcentury and by 2100 only 6!   The economic impacts of climate change are undoubtedly going to balance out any temporary jobs created to build a pipeline for Alberta tar sands oil.   Interesting read…  

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