Cleaner Air Is Causing More Hurricanes

You cannot open a newspaper or go to an online news source and not see at least one article about global warming citing greenhouse gasses as the main culprit in increased drought conditions, more severe storms, and warmer temperatures.

But ironically, scientists have discovered a link between cleaner air in the Atlantic and increasing storm activity. The good news is that reducing air pollution and aerosols from the atmosphere is working to improve air quality. The bad news is that this will impact the Eastern and Southern U.S. in an unanticipated deleterious way.