No snow at the olympics? Blame climate change
So says at least the David Suzuki Foundation, who blame climate change in part for the lack of snow on Cypress Mountain in B.C, home to freestyle ski and snowboard events for the Olympic games.
Olympic organizers are working around the clock to ensure there's enough snow on Cypress Mountain, home to freestyle ski and snowboard events for the Games.
VANOC is currently trucking in snow to make the courses useable for the Olympics.
According to the CBC, research gathered over a 50-year period showed that the snow season in winters in B.C. are getting shorter by between four and five weeks, with warmer temperatures overall.