Australia’s river restoration conundrum highlights global water problem

Aol News: Australia's government is facing a tricky political dilemma as it considers a plan that would lower the amount of water used to irrigate farmland in an attempt to restore the nation's rivers. The country's farmers have been suffering for years from record drought, and yet many still doubt that human-induced global climate change has any role in their, and the country's, suffering. Under the new plan, farmers in Australia's major food bowl, the Murray-Darling, would see their ......

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