Not Just A Ski Through The Woods

Gould, Kent
December 1997
21st Century;Dec97, Vol. 9 Issue 4, p12
The article discusses the impact of ski areas on their mountain habitat, and offers suggestions on how to keep these spaces clean and unpolluted. Skiing itself presents little harm, but to make ski trail, trees are cut, rivers are tapped for snowmaking and roads are built to transport everything from food to transport equipment.


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