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Helen Dalton MP Aug 5
The NSW Liberals and Nationals today voted down my bill for a public register revealing who owns our water. Vote lost 47-44. Great news for Cayman Island companies, who can keep buying as much water as they want whilst keeping their identity secret.
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Prof. Franciska de Vries Jul 15
Wow! This is a very cool collection of articles, and really pleased to see our paper on how affects root exudation and exudate-induced respiration included!
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Paul Hammett Jul 15
Storage the key to reducing future risks
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Helen Dalton MP Jul 30
NSW Govt strongly opposed a public register revealing who owns water in Parliament. Before the debate, I suggested a drinking game: take a sip every time they invoke "mum-and-dad farmers" to oppose transparency. Apologies for causing any alcohol-induced comas.
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268Weather Jul 12
Quite shocking! - , as far as the eyes can see, in the NE waters of . I understand that there are similar scenes across other Islands. When it rains, it pours - , , , , ,
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Adrian Leyser Jul 22
Intensifying in Western/Central .
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Ramandeep Singh Mann Jul 8
For my friends who insist that will not affect us in the future: 👇 This season almost 90% of growers decided to skip planting as low water allocations & years of severe meant conditions were too dry to sow rice.
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Ramandeep Singh Mann Jul 15
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Guerin Green Aug 6
As hot as it has been, it's been drier still. All of now in
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Dr. Michael Koontz 🦔 Aug 6
How does local-scale forest structure interact with broad-scale climate to govern -induced ? We ~harnessed the ecological data revolution~ to find out! Positive feedbacks! ! ! !
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Lucy Thackray Jul 27
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Lucy Thackray Jul 23
'Looking sad like it was before': the Barwon-Darling river is dropping rapidly and already dry in some sections in Wilcannia, with a tough summer ahead unless it rains again soon
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Drought Center Jul 12
primarily expanded in the western U.S. in June. Read more about it in the NDMC's Monthly Summary:
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Regeneration Int'l Jul 19
Regenerative agriculture has many benefits. One of them is increasing the soil's ability to store water.
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Ibrahim Thiaw Jul 21
No region in the world is spared by , a growing phenomenon. In most countries, years of drought are years of economic downturn. Preparedness is key
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Farm Futures Jul 20
Conditions deteriorate as expands Only 6% of the U.S. is currently experiencing a topsoil moisture surplus.
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Fridays For Future India Aug 7
So many battles & such little time to save our ; to protest ; all in one week :((
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EU in Zimbabwe 🇪🇺 Jul 27
The EU has made an additional USD 16.63 million available for the most vulnerable in . The money will support -affected communities given their additional hardship during the pandemic. ➡️
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The Cartoon Movement Jul 30
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James Venning Aug 3
Shout out to SA water for reminding me how much easier it is to grow a crop if you just add water
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