News Feature | February 23, 2022

Artificial Snow At Beijing Olympics Takes Toll On Source Water, Environment

Source: KLa Systems

As the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics reaches its conclusion, it may not be best remembered for its opening ceremony, international comradery, or fierce competition. Rather, the event’s water impact could be its most significant legacy.

“China’s plans of artificial snowfall at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics pose a threat to the environment and could result in environmental damage,” according to Republic World. “Putting artificial snow in a place that does not have any natural snow at all, could put a lot of water into a place where the soil is not expecting it.”

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