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Joel Fitzgibbon Sep 13
The Nats have given us a drought envoy, a drought coordinator, a drought task force, a drought summit & now they want a “water grid authority.” After 6 years, can they just do something ?
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ChilternChalkStreams Sep 18
Very little rain has fallen across the Chilterns so far this month. A dry September often delays recharge. Not good news for our rapidly disappearing Their condition is worse now than in 2012 when both an env drought had been called & TUBs were in place!
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Joel Fitzgibbon Sep 15
Our landscapes are burning, our towns are running out of water & our farmers are desperate but after 6 years under the Libs & the Nats, all we will apparently get in Parliament this week is the “big stick”. It’s always someone else’s fault!
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World Food Programme Sep 14
Through increasing the number of smallholder farmers protected from the threat of , will be more prepared for future shocks 🌤 ☔️
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David Windt Sep 15
This is what the looks like in right now. 31/Jul/2019: The River water levels are their lowest in more than 100 years due to severe : "it could eventually lead to the collapse of the entire ecosystem."
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Aaron Ellis Sep 18
I know I am weird but watching the grass be watered is kinda peaceful. It costs a lot since it’s never going to but sitting here at my home in is just peaceful.
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Grouchy Alpacas Sep 20
We got a little bit of rain last night just enough to wet the dust down but better than nothing 💖🥳🌦
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HARPERHP Sep 20
As we pay you, can we please see the multiple reports you refer to ....
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Elly Bradfield Sep 20
As they say... one day closer to rain. We live in ‘Australia’s salad bowl’ and this is what our paddocks look like
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Greenwatch Trust Sep 20
: youngsters are standing up demanding for is one of the most vulnerable countries to , we need now to ensure a safer future 🌎
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The Watchers Sep 20
Old World megadroughts and pluvials
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Mike Jones Sep 13
Climate change & population growth increasing risk to supply, especially in , but with 45% of water abstracted NOT being used for public water supply the need for integrated spatial & sectoral planning would seem critical
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R. Chess Association 21h
This is the stuff that makes our hearts sing! A water vole latrine at a location where we haven't seen any signs of their presence for years. However, not that far upstream, the river is drying out.
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Ana I. Caño-Delgado Sep 20
Happy weekend to alll! Wanna join us? If you are trained in research and are interested in your how into send me your cv via email!
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abc730 Sep 18
On the normally green flood plains of the mid-north NSW coast, farmers say they are experiencing the most severe dry spell they've ever seen, and it's only expected to get worse.
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German Embassy ZAM Sep 20
as chair of the Cooperating Partner Group hosts meeting with , systems NGO's & cooperating partners to discuss a more effective response. Urgent and coordinated action is needed now! ☉🌥☇⭐🌍🇿🇲🇩🇪
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Emma Ayliffe Sep 20
They say make hay while the sun shines and I can’t see any chance of cloud let alone rain so hay it is
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Stephanie Klein Sep 12
Are you a or studying plants under stress, , or ? Apply to attend next year's Gordon Research Seminar on Salt and Water Stress in Switzerland!
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Joel Fitzgibbon Sep 16
Our farmers, Scott Morrison’s forgotten people
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UNCCD Sep 20
Our brand-new Drought Toolbox launched at will enable drought-prone countries to design better risk management solutions : The Toolbox brings you global and local expert knowledge to devise solutions that are right for you. Find out +
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