Shades of Brown

Australian Broadcasting Corporation: As the wait for dam filling rains drags on, the colour of Perth's roadside landscape is changing. Trees in metropolitan Perth and across the south west are turning brown and dying. Last year's dry winter, followed by a hot, dry summer is to blame. But scientists say we should get used to it as climate change begins to take a toll in Western Australia. The City of South Perth says at least 350 of its mature street trees are affected by severe dehydration. The City is taking decisive......

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