Allison Jensen
Editorial Intern

Allison Jensen is a Junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. She plans on obtaining a Bachelor of Arts degree in both strategic communication and political science, and is expected to graduate in May 2020. She joined Advantage in June 2018 as the Editorial Intern.

The amount of water used per well for hydraulic fracturing surged by up to 770 percent between 2011 and 2016 in all major U.S. shale gas and oil production...
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8.21.2018
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Physical chemistry can be used to explain the workings of air conditioning, which uses a refrigerant that moves heat from one place to another by transforming...
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8.20.2018
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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that toxic chemicals in public water systems across the U.S. were 24 times more prevalent than the...
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8.16.2018
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A tropical storm hit Caribbean tourist destination Montesinos Beach in the Dominican Republic, flooding its beaches with over a thousand tons of plastic and...
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8.9.2018
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A team of international scientists has developed an innovative method to treat wastewater by creating a water system that transforms harmful elements into...
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8.7.2018
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President Donald Trump could soon tap the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) in an effort to lower oil prices just ahead of the U.S. midterm elections in...
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8.7.2018
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Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano eruption causes chemical threats to the residents of Big Island, including acid rain, volcanic smog, and a toxic lava-haze.
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7.26.2018
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A wave of legal challenges is washing over the oil and gas industry, as over nine cities and counties are filing lawsuits in an attempt to hold the world’s...
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7.24.2018
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The Trump administration has gone to the U.S. Supreme Court in an attempt to block a lawsuit filed by young environmentalists who claim the government is...
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7.20.2018
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U.S. farmers struggle to adapt to fluctuating crop prices and other factors that have weakened their income in recent years due to the Trump administration’s...
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7.19.2018
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Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona’s campaign to mandate increased use of renewable energy in the sun-drenched state was met with fierce opposition from...
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7.17.2018
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The resignation of Scott Pruitt, the controversial former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, means that the agency will be temporarily overseen by...
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7.12.2018
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Nitrogen pollution flowing out of Iowa into the Gulf of Mexico has grown by almost 50 percent over nearly two decades, despite hundreds of millions of dollars...
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7.10.2018
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Researchers discovered a new family of enzymes which pave the way towards converting plant waste into sustainable products such as nylon, plastics, chemicals,...
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7.3.2018
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Over a year into his first term in office, President Trump has rolled back Obama-era regulations that increase eligibility for overtime pay, limit union-...
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6.29.2018
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The UK is experiencing a shortage of carbon dioxide due to closures of the factories which produce the gas as a by-product, creating production problems for...
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6.28.2018
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A new study found that the U.S. oil and gas industry emits 60 percent more greenhouse gas methane each year than estimated by the U.S. Environmental Protection...
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6.26.2018
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