Indian law restores once dried-up rivers to villagers

Desperately needed management for Australia, distributed retention of moisture in soils for drought resistance and controllable burn, not catastrophic, fires.

7 August, 2020 – Indian villagers who brought dried-up rivers back to life then had to fight a legal battle to use their water.
— Read on climatenewsnetwork.net/indian-law-restores-once-dried-up-rivers-to-villagers/

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