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Australia’s Water Tragedy: Hydropolitics and the Failure of the Murray Darling Basin Plan

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark | Global Research

Water is gold to survival, the indispensable, the vast feeder for human civilization. Its absence entails certain death; its decline brings out the prospect that a civilisation might well collapse. 866 more words


Is the Murray-Darling Basin Plan broken?

Ross M Thompson, University of Canberra

A recent expose by the ABC’s Four Corners has alleged significant illegal extraction of water from the Barwon-Darling river system, one of the major tributaries of the Murray River. 967 more words


Making the case for environmental water

I took ABC journalist Tom Iggulden out into the field at Ramco Lagoon near Waikerie to demonstrate the process of returning water to the environment in the Murray Valley. 121 more words

Caring For Our Planet

Free Black Bamboo Stakes for pick up.

Harvesting the black bamboo and have plenty to distribute to organic garden start ups or a charity.


Why we need a strong and effective Green party to keep the general public informed on real environmental reality. 17 more words

Water Reform in Australia has stopped!

‘Water reform in Australia has stopped!’ Not my words, but those of Prof John Williams, founding member of the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists, opening his keynote dinner address at the recent Goyder Institute Water Forum. 701 more words

Caring For Our Planet

Invasive species control: risks and rewards

Widespread invasive species control is a risky business

Partula snails were driven to extinction in the wild by introduced predators.
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R. Keller Kopf… 902 more words