Desalination, dams and the big dry: managing Australia's water supply – video

Environment The Guardian

As Sydney turns on its desalination plant for the first time in seven years, the way Australia manages its water resources has come into stark focus. Adam Lovell, the executive director of the Water Services Association of Australia, discusses the challenges of climate change and population growth to the country's water supply – and how these are being met through a combination of techniques, including desalination, dams, water recycling and improved efficiency Continue reading... …

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