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‘We have to get real’: Outdoor recreation’s effects on climate change

Pulling back the veil on multi-billion dollar travel, recreation industry

Angela Hawse, president of the American Mountain Guides Association, stands on the summit of 14,279-foot Castle Peak.
Angela Hawse, president of the American Mountain Guides Association, stands on the summit of 14,279-foot Castle Peak near her home in the Rocky Mountains. "My workplace is becoming extremely hazardous" because of climate change, she said. (Fred Marmsater)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
Global warming’s increasing impact on outdoor recreation fundamentally changes our relationship wi
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