Natalie Knowles

researcher at the University of Waterloo in Canada

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The last time the U.S. hosted the Winter Olympics was in 2002 in Salt Lake City. Due to climate change, it may be the last Winter Games here, says one professor.

Climate change makes it tough to host Winter Olympics. Beijing 2022 will use man-made snow

The last time the U.S. hosted the Winter Olympics was in 2002 in Salt Lake City. Due to climate change, it may be the last Winter Games here, says one professor.

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