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On Thin Ice: Winter Sports and Climate Change

On Thin Ice: Winter Sports and Climate Change

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The Featured Reading Recommendations for "Winter" were recommended by the SeneCan Connect Team.
Book:On Thin Ice: Winter Sports and Climate Change 
Authors:Bruce, Ian (Author);David Suzuki Foundation (Contributor);Canadian Electronic Library (Firm)
You can read the full book online or download it through the Seneca Online Library

Summary: This report examines how the decisions we make now about our response to climate change, including choices to reduce carbon dioxide (fossil fuel-based) emissions and implement adaptive measures, will ultimately affect the future of winter sports and the role they play as part of Canada’s identity, natural heritage, and economy. The report concludes with recommendations about how winter sports stakeholders can take action on climate change and begin to adapt to the changes in Canadian winters already underway.

 

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