Talking about the future of snow on a bluebird day in Lake Placid
“Why do we love snow so much? What’s the attraction of it?” Sarah Lewis, FISU Deputy Secretary General and Chief Operating Officer, asked her audience on the last day of the Save Winter Conference taking place as part of the 2023 Lake Placid FISU World University Games.
“On a bluebird day like Sunday, all bright and sunny with snow crystals reflecting in the light, there is no question why we love snow,”
“You can feel the uplifting effect on our well-being as soon as you step out the door and take a deep breath of that fresh and cold air.”
The conditions for all events happening on the third competition day of this winter’s FISU Games were excellent and attracted countless spectators to the venues to watch university students compete at the highest level.
A small group of people, however, opted not to watch the action on the field of play but rather take a seat in the Lake Placid Center of the Arts to follow a discussion about an outlook on the future.
“The future of snow” in particular, as the topic of one session was called. The focus was to address the implemented adjustments of major North American and international ski resorts to insure the existence of snow in the future, in a sustainable and responsible way.
Lewis shared the panel discussion with three experts in the field.
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