Allergies are getting worse due to climate change
Sarah Walton

There is growing research showing climate change is making allergies in the U.S. worse. Scientists say increasing levels of carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere mean the pollen season for plants and trees is starting earlier each year and lasting longer. That could have huge impacts on wildlife, people’s health and even the economy. 

CGTN's Sarah Walton reports.

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