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Pollen Season Is Getting Longer and More Intense With Climate Change – Here’s What Allergy Sufferers Can Expect in the Future

March 15, 2022

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Presented by The Conversation

According to new research from the University of Michigan, allergy seasons are likely to last longer and grow more intense as a result of manmade climate change. Findings suggest that the annual amount of pollen emitted each year in the US could increase up to 200%. Authors of the study explain why pollen is increasing, how pollen types will change by region, and a model they developed for improved pollen forecasting.

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