Australia: World watching plans to restore health to wetlands and rivers

Sydney Morning Herald: RIVERS and wetlands will bear the brunt of climate change and governments around the world are failing to manage many of the more vulnerable areas properly, says a series of new papers published today. Australia's Murray-Darling river system and the Coorong wetland at its western edge are among the world's most telling examples of damaged rivers, and the conservation plans being considered by the federal government could have wide influence, say several reports in the journal Marine & Freshwater......

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