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New study shows climate change lengthening pollen season in US

New study shows climate change lengthening pollen season in US

A new research published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows climate change is making pollen seasons longer in the US with more pollen in the air. Researchers have found the pollen seasons start 20 days earlier, are 10 days longer and feature 21% more pollen than they did in 1990. William Anderegg, a biologist from Utah University, is the lead author of the study.

Slevin Kelevra
Slevin Kelevra 2 months

Climate change is responsible for everything now that Trump can no longer be blamed. I just saw an article that said COVID is making the air cleaner by the reduced emissions but the cleaner air is causing the earth to heat up. Everything is the devil in the church of Climate Change.

Got Truth
Got Truth 2 months

With record cold temperatures moving across North America, I wonder if we will be told about the record Ice Cap growth in the Artic.... Of course not!

IvoryDove 2 months

If you look at the Vostok ice core data, you see that "Climate Change" is natural. The glaciers melt and grow. The oceans rise and fall. Nature never stands still. Now, the question becomes "How much is natural and how much is due to human activity?" Nobody really knows. But let's figure out how to operate cleanly without the hyperbole and fear mongering.

Adam Goodenough
Adam Goodenough 2 months

Oh, good. Arguments against climate change that were debunked over a decade ago. This is productive use of the time we have left.

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