Skiers Love the Green

Hewitt, Ben
November 2007
Skiing;Nov2007, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p1E
This article examines the recent environmental efforts of eastern U.S. ski resorts. The environmental efforts of ski mountains such as Sugerloaf, Sunday River, Smugglers' Notch, and Mad River Glen are discussed. Initiatives that are discussed include the use of biodiesel to power shuttle buses, solar hot-water collectors, and wind turbines. Commentary from resort spokespersons such as Eric Friedman with Mad River Glen and Betsy Strickler with Jiminy Peak is included.


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