Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing, 2009. First edition. Paperback. 293 pp. [23 cm] Pictorial wraps. Paperback. New. NEW. Item #21371
From back cover:
Melting glaciers. Pine beetle infestation. Drought. Carbon footprints. Green jobs and promises of a new energy economy. . . . When the venerable Aspen Skiing Company starts talking about the “death of snow,” even the most determined deniers start to wonder, what is going on? This enlightening collection of essays develops a portrait of the wide range of responses to climate change in the Rocky Mountain West. For more than two decades, this region has been a leader in addressing climate change, and today it is a hub of solutions to this pressing global issue.