Alternative World Water Forum

Politicians and bureaucrats have launched endless inquiries in an effort to appear to be dealing with the water crisis in New South Wales, where a blue-green algal bloom has deprived a 40-kilometre stretch of the Darling River of oxygen and a million fish died as a result. Rural communities, wildlife,   Read More ...

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During the 2008-2009 millenium drought, when water pricing from the river Murray peaked in 2008-2009, the average cost of available water was only 37 cents per kilolitre: one twelfth of the price which will be paid by the average Adelaide household for water used in 2012-2013. South Australia water’s current   Read More ...

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