Ski season on the out?

February 2014
Travel Daily;2/14/2014, p6
Trade Publication
The article discusses the results of a study by researchers at Griffin University in Queensland that the ski industry in New Zealand and Australia might be slowly stamped out due to reduced levels and quantities of natural snow caused by global warming.


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