Auden Schendler, VP of Sustainability for Aspen SkiCo and author of Getting Green Done, discusses the future of skiing in the face of climate change.
- 0:07: What do you do as VP of sustainability?
- 1:11: What was it like as an environmentalist to come into a corporation like a skiing company?
- 4:01: What motivates these measures? What motivates you as an environmentalist, and what motivates Aspen?
- 5:03: What measures do you think ski resorts can take or are taking to adapt to climate change?
- 11:09: What sorts of implications do you think that these adaptations ought to have for policy making?
- 13:22: What kind of feedback have you gotten from legislators or policy makers?
- 15:21: Do you think you’ve been able to affect the ski industry at all?
- 18:07: Have you noticed any changes in your snowmaking practices? Are you planning for changes?
- 21:04: Can you tell us about your book, Getting Green Done?
- 26:56: Where personally does your love for the environment come from?
- 30:54: If the snow were to stop tomorrow in Aspen, how would you respond?
- 32:18: Would that throw planning into disarray?