Say, Why Can’t Rich People Who Take Lots Of Fossil Fueled Trips Save Winter Or Something

Maybe because the people who push this climastrology claptrap are climahypocrites and always want Someone Else to bear the cost? Here’s Porter Fox, author, most recently, of “Northland: A 4,000-Mile Journey Along America’s Forgotten Border,” climastrologying

Why Can’t Rich People Save Winter?

From the snow-dusted ridgelines of the Catskills to the rugged summits of the Rocky Mountains, Sierra Nevada and Cascades, winter is slowly disappearing. And snow is receding with it.

We know humans are altering the climate. Temperatures in south-central Colorado have risen two degrees Fahrenheit on average since 1988. In California’s Lake Tahoe region, home to more than a dozen ski areas, warmer temperatures since 1970 have pushed the snow line uphill 1,200 to 1,500 feet. Winter season lengths are projected to decline at ski areas across the United States, in some locations by more than 50 percent by 2050 and by 80 percent by 2090 if greenhouse gas emissions continue at their current rate, according to a 2017 study. Only about half of the 103 ski resorts in the Northeast will be able to maintain an economically viable ski season by midcentury, another study found in 2012.

The question is, how much is Mankind responsible for? Anyhow, there really isn’t any reason to listen to Mr. Fox beyond this

I’ve been a skier for 45 years, and my passion for the sport has taken me to five continents. I’ve skied remote places, like the Cordillera Real in Bolivia, where a farmer at the base of a 16,000-foot peak I had just climbed and skied told me his village was relocating because the glacier no longer provided enough water. I’ve hiked and skied at New England resorts that have closed because of a lack of snow and money for snow-making. And I’ve visited dozens of resorts in the United States, Canada and Europe where the wealthy and not-so-wealthy gather — and where snowpacks are shrinking.

And Warmists are surprised that people doubt them, when they’re complete hypocrites? And, yes, he wants Other People who are rich (he considers those making $75k a year and more to be rich) to be forced to do something.

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