A recent study found that conditions in Winter Olympics cities have become increasingly dangerous and unfair over the last 50 years. A vanishingly small number of previous host cities will have enough snow and ice for the games in the future. Colorado went 232 days without snow until December 10, 2021, which broke the state’s record of most consecutive snowfall since 1880. Some Olympians are optimistic that both host and participating countries can help turn back the tide of climate change by making and sticking to climate pledges, but others still have darker outlooks. “The reality is that ship has sailed, unfortunately, in my opinion,” Bode Miller, an American Olympian who won six medals for Alpine skiing, told the AP. “We haven’t made the requisite changes. . . .