Climate Change May Mean More Pollen, Worse Allergy Seasons

Climate Change May Mean More Pollen, Worse Allergy Seasons

“The Chart” blog reports that one of the effects of global climate change may be an increase in pollen in the air, according to an ongoing study at Rutgers University. According to Dr. Leonard Bielory, pollen counts are predicted to be “more than double” their current amounts by 2040. In addition to increased pollen counts, the models used by the study are calling for allergy season to begin earlier each year.

By | 2018-09-27T10:46:35+00:00 February 13th, 2013|News|0 Comments

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