Murray Murmurings: Rethinking the Basin Plan

From the Crikey Group blog ‘Rooted: Nourishing the environmental debate’ – 16 November 2010

Andrew Campbell writes: The launch of the community guide to the draft Murray Darling Basin Plan marks the latest step in the largely bipartisan process of water reform that commenced with the COAG reforms of 1994. It also graphically displays the risks inherent in the increasingly centralised Commonwealth-driven approach to water planning that developed under the Howard government and has intensified since.  Read the full article here

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