Climate change limiting number of potential Winter Olympics hosts: study by Daniel Scott

Friday, January 12, 2018

water institute members in the mediaDue to climate change, by 2050, many of the prior Winter Games locations may be too warm to ever host the Games again.

A research study led by Water Institute member Daniel Scott, professor in Waterloo's Department of Geography and Environmental Management says the number of places that will be cold enough to host a Winter Olympics is dropping.

According to Scott’s research, using emissions projections in which global greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise through midcentury and global temperatures increase by 4 degrees Fahrenheit by 2050, nine of the host locations will be too hot to handle the Games.

Read the full story in the New York Times

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