As Snow Dwindles, Ski Resorts Turn to Climate Activism
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Snow falls thick as skiers shed their gear and duck into the Sundeck Restaurant, one of the first certified energy efficient buildings in the U.S. – this one at 11,200 feet above sea level atop Aspen Mountain in Colorado. Skiers in brightly colored helmets jockey for a spot at the bar, their bodies warmed by thick, insulated walls and highly efficient condensing boilers. Overhead, WeatherNation plays on the television, looping footage of last year’s mega storms and flashing a headline: “2022... Read this story at , , , , ,

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