Rocky Mountain resorts feel heat of climate change and are doing something about it

LA Times: Not everyone arriving in this Rocky Mountain resort steps from a private jet. Ashley Perl bikes or takes the bus into town from her two-bedroom home in a subsidized neighborhood built for year-round workers. She grew up here, raised by parents who ran a modest cafe and socialized with a local folkie, John Denver. For her, Aspen is home and a place to make a living, not an exclusive escape. Like many longtime residents, Perl wishes things were more like they were in the old days. But the changes......

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