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Low on snow: Japan's Olympic cooling plans on thin ice

Reuters Thursday, 27 February 2020
A plan to use snow collected in Japan's mountains to cool 2020 Olympics venues this summer is being stymied by snowfalls on track to be the lowest on record, according to officials involved.
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Japan's Olympic Games organizers have been planning to ship in mountain snow to help cool fans this summer. Climate change may see that idea melt away. Matthew Larotonda reports.

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