Basin communities may not survive buybacks

Denis Howard
Updated October 4 2023 - 12:50pm, first published 12:30pm
Federal shadow Minister for Water, Senator Perin Davey believes the Murray-Darling Basin Plan should be judged on outcomes, not volumes. Picture by Denis Howard
Federal shadow Minister for Water, Senator Perin Davey believes the Murray-Darling Basin Plan should be judged on outcomes, not volumes. Picture by Denis Howard

Water buybacks to help hit the Murray-Darling Basin Plan target are a short term environmental fix which could lead to the decline of Basin communities.

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Denis Howard

Denis Howard

Senior Journalist, The Land

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