Climate change is threatening the town of Aspen, Colorado, who's ski season is a month shorter than it was 50 years ago. It will be an estimated two weeks short by 2030 and will continue to shrink. But Aspen isn't the only struggling operation in the world. Here are how five other ski resorts are fighting the loss of snow.
British Columbia, Canada
Over the past 50 years, snow season in the province has shrunk by a month. Rainfall has increased while snowpack has declined.
What they're doing: Since 2010, Whistler has opened a micro-hydroelectric plant, installed a hybrid heating plan, and offset its on-mountain electrical use by 15 percent.
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