DDR sender ‘dokumentar’ om tørke i Australien

Hvad de ikke fortæller er, at delstatsregeringen i New South Wales bruger 22 millarder liter vand på at bevare ‘catfish’ og rejer.

A senior green agency source also told The Daily Telegraph the increased supply to the river system would benefit the resident catfish and freshwater shrimp.  A senior green agency source also told The Daily Telegraph the increased supply to the river system would benefit the resident catfish and freshwater shrimp.  REVEALED: The shocking reason 22 BILLION litres of precious water was flushed into a swamp while desperate farmers watched in horror

  • Twenty-two billion litres of water has been flushed down NSW’s Lachlan River
  • Critics have hit out the move at a time when the state is in almost total drought
  • The water could have sustained the 30,000 people in nearby towns for a year
  • State government said increased flow on the Lachlan is needed for its survival

A senior green agency source also told The Daily Telegraph the increased supply to the river system would benefit the resident catfish and freshwater shrimp. 

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