Melting the World's Highest Ski Run

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I don't normally publish articles about the impacts of climate change. There is already plenty of information around already. But, being a skier, I couldn't pass this one by. The photo shows the current extent of the snow field at Bolivia’s Chacaltaya Glacier.

[The] Glacier, once known as the world’s highest ski run at 17,388 feet, has completely melted away, serving as a vivid example of the effects of climate change on the glaciers around the globe.

Click on the link to see the changes over the years.

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