Fair Water Use (Australia) was formed in early 2008 by Australians who share concerns about Australia's water future and have a vision of a revived Murray-Darling Basin and the sustainable environmental, community and economic benefits that would flow from its recovery.
Our support base is representative of a broad spread of the Australian population with members having backgrounds in most trades and professions, including farmers (dry-land and irrigating) and water experts working in both the public and private sector. The organisation has no political affiliations.
We provide access to regularly updated information on the current water crisis.
Please take a moment to register your support: as we continue to grow, so does the impact of our campaign. There is no membership fee.
However any donation, no matter how small, helps Fair Water Use
continue and increase its efforts to promote careful management of
Australia's water resources, now - and for generations to come. As all members of the Fair Water Use team work as
volunteers, 100% of donations are used to this end.
AGENDA: February 2011
Available commercial water allocation =
Total flows minus Environmental flow requirements minus Public needs