Call it what you want, but climates all over the globe are changing. Global warming and dramatically altered climate shifts have completely reshaped the look and feel of communities around the world. These changes have massive impacts on ecology and environment, but the economic impact is also demonstratively large as well. 

On March 12, Citizens' Climate Lobby and the Vasa Ski Club invite you to see a free screening of "Saving Snow", a film that reveals the impact of climate change on communities and events that rely on cold weather and snow. These communities are staring at a bleak future; rising temperatures, reduced snowfall, and the loss of tourist traffic are costing jobs, income, and revenue that keep ski towns alive. 

In addition to the film, our own Eli Brown, freshly returned home from the recent Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will speak to the importance of winter sports in supporting a healthy lifestyle and a commercial draw that supports many communities. Eli will be joined on stage by other speakers, including Bob Sutherland from Cherry Republic, Kate Madigan of the Michigan Climate Action Network, and Elliot Smith and Martin Shown from  Students for Environmental Advocacy. 

The evening begins at 6:30 and concludes at 8pm at the Traverse City Central High School Auditorium on  Milliken Drive in Traverse City. 

You can catch a sneak peek of the film here.


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