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RSVP now — NSW Online Water Forum tonight

Tuesday, 14 Mar
6:00 pmto8:00 pm

Let’s talk about water!

We all need it – this continent would be uninhabitable without its ancient rivers, deep aquifers and wetlands bursting with abundant wildlife.

But inland rivers have taken a hiding in the last 130 years, with unlimited irrigation bringing the Murray-Darling Basin to its knees during the shocking millennial drought.

And so a Plan was made. The Murray-Darling Basin Plan is a world-first across borders plan. A bold plan to manage the vast, intricate Basin as a connected whole.

Political compromises diluted the Plan, and a decade of political inaction has derailed it even further. How can we get the Plan back on track?

How can we truly manage the entire basin – from the Mighty Murray to the Darling-Baaka – as an interconnected whole?

Join us online and hear from:

  • Aunty Polly Cutmore Gomileroi Traditional Owner
  • Tony Windsor Former Independent Member for New England
  • Professor Richard Kingsford Director of the Centre for Ecosystem Science UNSW
  • Professor Stuart Khan School of Civil & Environmental Engineering UNSW
  • Elizabeth Farrelly Independent candidate for the NSW Upper House
  • Cate Faehrmann MLC NSW Greens MP and spokesperson for water
  • Rose Jackson MLC NSW Labor Shadow Water Minister

What: NSW Online Water Forum
When: 6.30pm – 8:00pm Tuesday 14th March 2023
Where: Online via Zoom
RSVP: RSVP now to receive the zoom link

This event will be streamed over hundreds of sovereign First Nations Countries of this Nation. Voice – Treaty – Truth

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