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Ski Resort Life

Who Will Save Skiing?

Cannons Blasting. Photo by Ruth Hartnup, Flickr https://creativecommons.org/lice
Cannons Blasting. Photo by Ruth Hartnup, Flickr https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode; https://www.flickr.com/photos/ruthanddave/10895968285/in/photolist-hAQFLa-b6R33g-b7xhu2-b7xfHK-b7xgxg-hARmrA-7qTy7j-h6huAw-3p3zyy-imPB9J-imPytd-3CmtY7-z49HW-i8MVYE-cFkZD1-h6haWi-4gzpA7-kLf7sZ-kLf7kV-kLeoda-7GL8fH-33DVYY-BGwYV-byvHu-8C69Vv-4JKSBw-b9Twg4-7ecFr7-4JFAug-dRzHtq-339BHj-8tftLG-kLeo7Z-eP9jaD-DT28f-G12ZT-4tg7J1-eP9jF6-eZu3Ya-jX1taR-49E8dd-dsPUcf-dsPJ48-dsPUi1-dsPU71-dsPJ7V-dsPJ6Z-dsPJfk-dsPJ8K-dsPUbu
Proposed EPA regulations will limit carbon pollution, but can they save enough snow to ski?

It’s no secret. Climate change is happening, and skiers are paying attention.

“I want my kids to be skiing. I want their kids to be skiing,” says pro skier Julian Carr. “It’s completely conceivable that within a few generations, they could not be [skiing], at the rate we’re at.”

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