Carving up the slopes on Alta’s pristine powder may prove to be a much more difficult pursuit toward the end of the 21st century with snowpack decreasing significantly over the past 50 years.
This post analyzes the measures that Vail Ski Resort took as remedy to climate change.
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While the ski resort industry faces climate change challenges, Vail Resorts is uniquely positioned to succeed.
Snow sports are feeling the heat
Vail Resorts faces incredible challenges not of their own making. What responsibility should the Company assume in the fight against climate change?
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Climate change is destabalizing the winter sports industry. In order for ski resorts to survive, they must learn to adapt
Skiers love a good snowfall and the ski resort business has been known to be very highly correlated with snow volumes and friendly weather conditions. For Mont Sutton in Quebec, Canada, a resort which prides itself in offering mostly natural […]