The 2017 to 2019 period was the hottest and driest three-year stretch ever recorded for both New South Wales and the Murray Darling Basin. For regional centres like Orange in NSW, the experience drove home just how vulnerable large parts of inland Australia are to climate change. Now experts are arguing that the water conservation practices employed during the drought, may have to become the norm.
Find out more: Lessons from the Australian city that nearly ran out of water | ABC News In-depth

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