Ski and Tourism Representatives Discuss Climate Change During Roundtable In North Conway

by Christian Mower on December 16, 2015

North Conway, NH – Representatives from the ski and tourism industries in New Hampshire got together today to discuss the cultural and economic impact of climate change on the state’s North Country.

The League of Conservation Voters hosted a roundtable discussion this morning at the Mount Washington Observatory’s Weather Discovery Center in North Conway. The program included the director of Ski NH, the director of the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation, an official with the Appalachian Mountain Club and a state representative who owns the Notchland Inn.

I got a chance to Speak with Rob Werner the New Hampshire state director for the League Of Conservation Voters earlier today about what was discussed at the forum. You can listen to the interview below.

Part 1

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Part 2

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