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Europe's ski season is getting cut short, but it's up to us to decide by how much

An archive picture shows the Dome and the Barre des Ecrins mountains in the French Alps, near Pelvoux, France, April 27, 2008. Seven climbers were killed and another was injured following an avalanche Tuesday September 15, 2015 in the Hautes-Alpes, the department prefect said. Picture taken April 27, 2008. REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot - RTS17EY

The Alps could lose up to 70 percent of their snow cover by 2100. Image: REUTERS/Emmanuel Foudrot

J.D Capelouto
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