The Nationals' war on foreign investment in agriculture continues with more red tape in the water sector.
A sustainable Murray-Darling Basin -- and the regional communities that depend on it -- need a properly-working water market. The states are preventing one from developing.
While the Murray-Darling has dropped out of the media cycle, the goal of sustainable management remains as far off as ever, particularly after events this month.
We can't blame Kevin Rudd entirely for climate change and global warming. But we can blame him for making it even worse, writes Paul Sheehan. Rudd's green credentials are disappearing faster than the Murray Darling Basin.
The National Water Commission’s report on water reform may be one of the most dispiriting government reports ever compiled. River systems are collapsing and regional communities suffering.
Highlights from the National Water Commission's report on water reform: progress is "critically inadequate", quality is "poor", water accounting is "virtually non-existent" and other heart-warming tales.