When the River Runs Dry” exposes the failures and abuses of the Murray –Darling Basin Plan, a plan supposedly to equitably allocate water rights among business 40 Indigenous communities and to sustain the environment.
The plan, now 15 years old has prioritised avaricious agricultural business and continued the dispossession of First Nations people ‘s water rights and their economy (they share less than 1 per cent of the market).
At the same time , the environment has been ravaged by inadequate water allocations. The screening and the Q & A by Peter Yates is timely in our era of climate change and its overarching impacts on the planet .
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