Outdoor Rink Project

Hockey Everywhere

On thin ice

Because of the delicate balance of temperature and precipitation that it requires, the outdoor rink is a canary in the global warming coal mine. Our penultimate column in the Chronicle Herald focusses on the relationship between outdoor hockey and climate change.

An iceless rink in Parry Sound, ON

You might also want to check out this piece in the Toronto Star about making ice for Winterfest when there isn’t really any winter. Thanks to Barbara Dance for passing along the link.

Finally, shortly after our article came out, Jane Hilderman sent us this article in the Globe and Mail about outdoor hockey and climate change.

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