Dead in the Water: A very angry book about our greatest environmental catastrophe. . . the death of the Murray-Darling Basin

'We want to reset these bio-diversities and the ecologies in our country. We want to see our fish spawning as they once were, our animals coming back down to drink. Fresh quality water out of the Coorong, not this super saline stuff that we're living in today's environment. It's slowly dying. You can smell the impact of what's happening . . .' Richard Beasley is an angry man. He's angry about vested interests killing off Australia's most precious water resource. He's angry about the political cowardice and negligence that has allowed Big Agriculture and irrigators to destroy a river system that can sustain both the environment and the communities that depend on it. He's angry that the wilful, the self-interested and the plain stupid are choosing to deny the science of climate change because it is a truth that doesn't suit them and their commercial and political interests. He pulls no punches. He's provocative, he's outrageous, he points the finger without shame. And he will leave you very, very angry. Dead in the Water is political satire of the highest order . . . if weren't all so tragically true.

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