MP3: Study into water reform impact on communities

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Study into water reform impact on communities MP3

After a demanding first week of community consultations, the Murray-Darling Basin Authority says it will now investigate the social effects of its recommendations to cut water licences. The NSW water commissioner, David Harris, has the job of carrying out the eventual water reform in his state - he says the Authority has been constrained by the National Water Act, in prioritising the environment over social consider... Source: abc.net.au

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