What California can learn from Australia’s 15-year millennium drought February 26, 2016 6.04am AEDT

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World-leading innovation

Australia survived the drought by demonstrating world-leading innovation and water planning and management. An important factor in the success was government and utility programs that rallied community support for lowering household water demand.

Southeast Queensland, for example, set a target to reduce each person’s water use to 140 litres (37 US gallons) per day. Queensland residents did even better/

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