All posts tagged "climate change"

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    GUEST OPINION: Answering the call

    Assuming responsibility for Jackson Hole’s future Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Fourteen years ago I moved to Jackson Hole to ski deep pow in big mountains. For the next five years I lived the dream, skiing more than...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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  • ‘The Coming Climate’ is the first report to detail local impacts of climate change.
    THE BUZZ: Teton temperatures rising

    New report illuminates possible local effects of climate change While the potentially cataclysmic effects of global climate change are becoming more widely studied and discussed, there has been less focus on how climate change stands to affect...

    • Posted June 9, 2015
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  • PJH_1_150506
    FEATURE: Climate change casualty

    What the ski industry stands to lose First tracks are a coveted, cherished and committed feat pursued by skiers and snowboarders alike. They are what drives them set the early morning alarm clock that disturbs a heavy...

    • Posted May 6, 2015
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  • A large gap between treeline and the water level in California’s Shasta Lake on August 25, 2014, is one sign of the state’s devastating drought. Shasta Reservoir is at 30 percent of its total capacity and 47 percent of its historical average capacity. (Photo credit: California Department of Water Resources.)
    GUEST OPINION: Climate Change is my fault

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – It’s been a pretty testy winter to say the least. After four years of tragic snowfall amounts in the Sierra I want to yell out, “Can somebody please tell me what is going...

    • Posted April 7, 2015
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    The sky is falling

    Jet contrails clouded in conspiracy theories Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Max Mogren looks up into a bluebird sky with disgust. The Jackson Hole forecast called for a mostly sunny day, and it mostly is. Except for a...

    • Posted June 24, 2014
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  • 052814feature.nobees
    Poisoned Pollinators: Protecting bees in the Cowboy State

    Jackson Hole, WYO – Thirty-nine species of ubiquitous mosquitos easily outnumber 10 to 20 million honeybees working 300 commercial hives on ranchlands around Jackson Hole. Controlling mosquitos, and other undesirable insect and plant species, in a manner...

    • Posted May 27, 2014
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