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Climate change is impacting our fragile alpine environment - but the good news is that skiers, snowboarders and snowplayers can all do something to help. Even small changes to our energy consumption and behaviour will help reduce the greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change, and help preserve our alpine environments in the future.
The biggest cause of global warming is carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere when fossil fuels such as oil and coal are burned for energy. So when you reduce your energy consumption, you fight global warming.
Mt Buller Mt Stirling Resort Management is participating in an innovative program; using infra-red thermography and air outflow measures to locate energy leakage points in buildings throughout the resort. The imagery and other measurements will be used to determine energy efficiency objectives and ultimately direct building improvements.
You can do your bit to reduce your emissions when you're at the snow. Here's 10 simple ways to help keep winter cool:
Click here to share these tips or stick them on the fridge!
LIke to more about climate science and supporting positive change to preserve our alpine environment?
Join PROTECT OUR WINTERS to get involved with a community of snow loving people who want to preserve our alpine areas.
Mt Buller is committed to protecting and enhancing this special place.
Mt Buller is home to a number of rare and special plants and animals.
It's easy to make a few changes and save our precious water resources
It's simple to recycle and reduces our impact on this fragile environment.
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How can I reduce food waste and make compost up here?
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