Lessons From Australia's 17-Year Drought
As California continues to deal with a drought, a study predicts that the state will only get dryer. How will it adapt? Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson speaks with Rebecca Nelson, a senior fellow at the University of Melbourne School of Law, about policies and laws that Australia put in place during its 17-year drought.
- Rebecca Nelson, senior fellow at the University of Melbourne School of Law.
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