Ski season is just about to start up in the Tahoe area, but there are still plenty of questions about how resorts and vacation towns will handle the surge in COVID-19 cases and incoming inclimate weather; we learn more today. A climate scientist explains what the La Niña weather pattern means for projected snowfall totals, and we speak with a conflict resolution expert about climate change, the pandemic, and healing after the presidential election. Plus, CapChat with Nicole Nixon.
- CapRadio Politics Reporter and California State of Mind podcast co-host Nicole Nixon with what to watch for at the statehouse as the legislative session nears
- National Conflict Resolution Center President Steven Dinkin and author of the weekly San Diego Union-Tribune column “A Path Forward” on ways to maintain civility in our lives following the presidential election and more pandemic shutdowns
- CapRadio Environment Reporter Ezra David Romero discusses his reporting into the ski industry
- Stanford University Climate Scientist and Professor Noah Diffenbaugh on the long term context of changes in California’s climate and what it means for the reliability of snowpack
- Tahoe City's Mountain Slice Café and Creamery Co-Owner Alex Hunt checks-in with how his restaurant is managing amid COVID-19 tier rollbacks
- Lake Tahoe Visitors Authority Event & Media Relations Manager Mike Frye talks about the South Tahoe shore region with winter nearly here
- Ski California President Mike Reitzell on how the 32 ski resorts he represents across California and Nevada are responding to inclement weather and COVID-19 protocols