A pollen laden bee went about its springtime work atop a dandelion at Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Climate change has caused plants to produce more pollen, creating problems for people with allergies.
A pollen laden bee went about its springtime work atop a dandelion at Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Climate change has caused plants to produce more pollen, creating problems for people with allergies. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
A pollen laden bee went about its springtime work atop a dandelion at Meyer Boulevard and Troost Avenue. Climate change has caused plants to produce more pollen, creating problems for people with allergies. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Allergy sufferers can blame climate change for increased pollen in air

March 24, 2015 10:56 AM