Murray-Darling Basin Plan ‘maladministered’, South Australia will suffer the most

Critics of the handling of the Murray-Darling Basin Plan say the final submission to the South Australian Royal Commission vindicates their concerns of corrupted implementation.

A significant element of the evidence before the royal commission has been the lack of scientific backing for the MDBA’s modelling that showed 2,750 gigalitres of water could be recovered for the environment under the plan. All the scientific evidence presented to the royal commission said the modelling was ‘not science’, Beasley said.

The Mandarin – MDB Maladministration

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