Australia: Murray-Darling basin water sell-off — what you need to know

Guardian: The Murray-Darling basin is an enormous river catchment area centred on the Murray river, which runs along the Victoria-New South Wales border and ends in South Australia, and the adjoining Darling river, which stretches into NSW. Covering around 1.06m square km, the basin encompasses around a seventh of Australia's landmass and is its most important agricultural region, containing nearly half of the nation's farms. Fruit, vegetables, wool, dairy produce, wheat and livestock are produced in......

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