Climate change is a hot-button topic in the ski world. In the latest issue of Denver's 5280 Magazine, writer Paul Tolmé examines one man's fight to save the snow. For over two decades, Auden Schendler, Aspen Skiing Company's vice president of sustainability, has been the resort's "outspoken climate czar." "If anyone in America is standing up for winter," says author and activist Bill McKibben, co-founder of the climate group 350.org, "it is Auden." But is it enough?