Leveraging his expense account admirably, ABC's Bill Redeker managed to squeeze a story out of a ski trip to Park City Utah, where the Sundance Film Festival has just opened. Redeker filed his story on global warming from the slopes themselves: "There is plenty of snow here--at least this winter." His angle: if climate change is not reversed then those very slopes will be bare of snow 40 years from now. Park City, population 8,500, has launched a Save Our Snow campaign to promote alternative energy and enforce tougher, greener building codes.
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