#NSW #DAMs #HeiseSays New South Wales is planning to build its first dam in 37 years. References PM ‘loves premiers who want to build dams’ https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/6435181/pm-loves-premiers-who-want-to-build-dams/?cs=14264
#Stimulus #Australia #Infrastructure Calls are being made for the government to increase stimulus spending. Are we in danger of our leaders falling for the broken window fallacy? References Calls for urgent stimulus led by ‘shovel-ready’ projects as economy loses momentum ‘quite quickly’ https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-09-30/calls-for-urgent-stimulus-as-economy-loses-momentum/11558810 https://www.infrastructureaustralia.gov.au/search-priority-list-map
#Infrastructure #AusPOL #Australia Infrastructure Australia is calling on Infrastructure spending to increase significantly to meet the demands of our population growth. I’m concerned that we are at risk of overheating another section of the economy and might have another series of construction issues like our apartment sector. References https://www.infrastructureaustralia.gov.au/ https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-08-13/infrastructure-body-says-roads-and-transport-must-catch-up/11407114?section=business
#Water #FreshWater #Dams In the last two decades, Australia’s population growth has far outstripped increases to our Water Supply Capacity. How big is the difference and how did our leaders let us get to this terrible state?
#NSW #FreshWater #Dams Several Towns in New South Wales are on the verge of running out of freshwater. While UNESCO asks to review plans to extend the height of the Warragamba Dam. Let’s have a look at a number of dams in Australia and talk about water. References NSW towns including Dubbo and Tamworth face […]