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Latest IPCC report. Implications for snow cover?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
A major new climate report is being published today.
Will it add anything in terms of the impact on snow cover in the Alps and Northern Europe? What will the implications be for snowsport over the next 20 years?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
You dont need to read a report to see that snow cover has been declining everywhere. The other day there were some satellite images of the Andes showing a very significant decline. In the alps the bigger resorts will be OK for the near to medium term but there will come a point when snow making will no longer be feasible. The only "saving grace" for snow in the alps might be if the Gulf stream collapses, as is possible, then our weather might get a lot colder in winter though the benefits of a bit more snow would be far outweighed by other disruption.
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