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Water injustice runs deep in Australia. Fixing it means handing control to First Nations

By Sue Jackson, Professor, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University
Francis Markham, Research Fellow, College of Arts and Social Sciences, Australian National University
Fred Hooper, Indigenous knowledge holder, Indigenous Knowledge
Grant Rigney, Indigenous knowledge holder, Indigenous Knowledge
Lana D. Hartwig, Research Fellow, Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University
Rene Woods, Indigenous Knowledge Holder, Indigenous Knowledge
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First Nations people have almost no say in how water is used in Australia. The Productivity Commission's latest report does little to address that.


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