Buying Back the Living Murray: At What Price?
In June 2004, the Council of Australian Governments approved the Intergovernmental Agreement on Addressing Water Overallocation and Achieving Environmental Objectives in the Murray-Darling Basin (IGMDB). The IGMDB sets out arrangements for a 'Living Murray' that includes a budget of $500 million to return 500 billion litres of water per year to the Murray River by 2009. This article examines plans by the Australian Government to purchase permanent water entitlements via 'water through...[Show more]
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