February’s Ski News In Brief – Live and Updated


– 2023 Alpine Ski Championships Approach
– PlanetSKI Gets a Makeover
– Skiing in a Kimono
– Third of Brits Sceptical of Sustainability Claims… NEW

Here we cover anything that takes our fancy.

Short news stories, eye catching videos, amusing cartoons, things that make us smile/things that make us shout at the screen… in fact anything that catches our eye in the world of snowsports.

Plus links to some of our main stories on PlanetSKI so you can keep up to speed on the ever changing world of snowsports.

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Wednesday, February 1st

2023 Alpine Ski Championships Approach

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PlanetSKI editor, James Cove, will be in Courchevel and Meribel on Thursday looking at the final preparations.

Look out for his reports, coming soon…

PlanetSKI Gets a Makeover

Not before time our editor, James Cove, has replaced his 6-year old black ski jacket.

It has turned grey with age.

He’s turned orange

Plus, gone are the goggles that he has had for 3-seasons and are now,er, rather scratched.

James Cove. Image © PlanetSKI

James Cove. Image © PlanetSKI

What do you reckon of the new look?

SunGod Snow Series™ goggles with 8KO®️snow lens technology are priced from £135, available at https://sungod.to/8KOsnow/ .

See here for more about Helly Hansen.

Snowboarding in a Kimono

One Third of British People Sceptical of Sustainability Claims

Just 23% of consumers take environmental claims from businesses at face value, according to a new study by Sensu Insight.

The 50 Shades of Greenwashing found almost a third (30%) expect environmental claims to be slightly exaggerated.

About 14% don’t believe them at all.

Just one in 10 respondents (10%) said they believe that businesses have the best interests of the planet at heart.

Gatwick airport. Image © PlanetSKI

Gatwick airport. Image © PlanetSKI

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This article was originally published by Planetski.eu. Read the original article here.


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