Rough Estimates: Analysis of Senate Estimates documents on Australia’s most controversial water
Recently released documents show that the vendors in an $80 million water sale had repeatedly offered far lower prices to the Commonwealth but these offers were rejected as ‘not value for money’.
Submission: South Australian Select Committee on the Murray Darling Basin
The Australia Institute welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the South Australian Select Committee on the findings of the South Australian Murray Darling Basin Royal Commission and the Productivity Commission’s five-year assessment of the Plan.
Submission on procurement of strategic water entitlements
The Australian National Audit Office is investigating so-called strategic water purchases in the Murray Darling Basin.
Dam Shame: the New Dams Politicians Won’t Talk About
Research released by The Australia Institute today contradicts claims by federal and state government ministers that new dams are not being built in Australia.
Majority of Australians want Murray Darling policy to prioritise food security and family farms
New research released today by The Australia Institute shows that the vast majority of Australians prioritise production of food for Australian consumption, and support for family farms in the Murray Darling Basin.
Submission: Socio-economic conditions in the Murray Darling Basin
The Australia Institute made a submission to the Independent Assessment of Social and Economic Conditions in the Murray-Darling Basin.
Submission: Murray-Darling Basin Commission of Inquiry Bill 2019
The Australia Institute supports the Murray-Darling Basin Commission of Inquiry Bill 2019.
This submission considers the implementation of the Basin Plan from a financial auditing perspective.