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Environmental Responsibility

Environmental Responsibility

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is a founding member of the Climate Challenge! The Climate Challenge is an innovative sustainability program that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the ski industry due to the industry´s exposure to climate change. More information on the Climate Challenge

Environmental Responsibility

To implement our environmental policy, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort (JHMR) commits to quantitative goals in addition to established initiatives:

• Adhere to applicable environmental laws and regulations.
• Follow the principles of National Ski Area Association's (NSAA) Sustainable Slopes Charter.
• Establish targets for pollution prevention.
• Continually review and improve our environmental program.
• Communicate our environmental work and policy to employees and the public.

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort is an authorized permittee of Grand Teton National Park and the Bridger-Teton National Forest and is an equal opportunity employer. Find out what we are doing to protect whitebark pine die-off in our forests.

We welcome your suggestions and comments. Please call, write, or email:

Jon Bishop
Risk/Safety Manager
Environmental Coordinator
PO Box 290
Teton Village, WY 83025

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