Indigenous engineering and care for Country points to a better way to manage the Baaka.
Climate change shouldn’t be used as a “get out-of jail free” card to excuse bad decision-making and poor planning decisions.
Worsening droughts and flooding likely threaten the future of cotton farming – by far the most important crop in the basin.
Recent rains have not eliminated the threat of a repeat of last summer’s mass fish deaths.
How can Australia’s new Inspector General be expected to inspect waterways without a firm grasp of how much water in in them?
Irrigators get too much water from the Barwon-Darling even when river levels are critically low, according to a NSW government review.
For the Barkandji people, the crisis on the Barwon-Darling represents the biggest threat to their continued survival on country since the sheep invaded.
A scathing report about the Murray Darling Basin Authority highlights the importance of climate change risks to public sector companies.
Freshwater fish are suffering as drought becomes more common and severe. Whether they survive will depend on how governments manage rivers and lakes, and on taking action against climate change.
A decade of bipartisan research has provided plenty of answers to the problems plaguing the Darling River.
Mass fish deaths are a blaring warning sign for the heath of the Murray Darling Basin, but just as worrying is the sight of dry areas in the Darling.
Hundreds of thousands of fish have died in low-oxygen water. Here’s what actually happened to the oxygen, and why we might see more deaths in the coming weeks.