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‘No more snow’: Climate change spells end for French Alps ski resort

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Workers dismantle the site of a ski lift in Saint Firmin, France, on October 29, 2022.

Workers dismantle the site of a ski lift in Saint Firmin, France, on October 29, 2022. © AFP


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A ski lift in the French Alpine town of Saint-Firmin was demolished at the end of October, more than 15 years after going out of business due to a lack of snow – a problem set to confront a growing number of ski resorts in the years ahead as climate changes hits hard. However, a group hope the sites can now be returned to nature, and begin sustainable, year-round tourism to replace skiing.

  • Skiing
  • tourism
  • climate change
  • Alps
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