Climate change threatens Lebanon’s snow, cedars

Reuters: Lebanon's ski resorts have survived civil war but now face an insidious threat from climate change expected to cut snow cover by 40 percent by 2040. The effects of global warming are still a low priority for conflict-prone Lebanon, where environmental neglect rules. Skiers and the tourist businesses that depend on them hope this year's warm winter and brief season was not a harbinger of the future for the Arab world's only snow playgrounds. Christian Rizk, 47, manager of the Mzaar ski resort......

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