Lansley climate reports strengthen action and support efforts to tackle drought in northern NSW,” said John Erskine, chief executive of the Sydney District Council.
Mr Erskine said councils across the state had been engaged in regional planning since 1997, which had included addressing flooding issues and reducing the need for heavy rainfall.
“The most important action of all will be to ensure that the Sydney Metropolitan Region gets a full, consistent, comprehensive water quality assessment.
“The report will provide a blueprint카지노 게임 for working with our public sector partners, local councils and state government and will bring much-needed national resources to assist with these and related processes, which are critical for this region,” he said.
“With the water level at today’s record low of more than 50C in some areas, NSW water managers need to make no further changes to water management for 2015-16.
“We will remain flexible at the same time that we monitor water levels to make decisions about where we will need to be to meet this new and existing targets and ensure that we have adequate storage.”
“It is essential that NSW water management agencies continue with their work and make changes to address the challenges of this drought, particularly if water pressure continues to grow and the wet summer season continues.”
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The Council’s chief executive, Paul Keeney, said the NSW Government and water authorities had the “long-term goal of ma솔레어 카지노king NSW Water drought a reality”, and this included implementing policies that were “convenient to those affected”.
“Satellite monitoring systems will help us see what is happening on the ground, and by building our network of wells with sophisticated geophysical equipment we can better measure water levels, which are now lower than what is required for NSW to meet the 2015-16 drought targets,” Mr Keeney said.
The NSW Council had also conducted a study of water usage in drought-affected areas to assess where savings were likely in 2015-16, and was undertaking a full assessment to assess current plans and strategies.
In an update to its community floodwater response plan, the NSW Council’s community flood protection plan 2016-17, Mr Keeney said an analysis of current water demand and water supply was underway, as well as an assessment of whether the council’s ongoing planning actions could have impacted on water use in other communities.
The NSW Government had already started a multi-million dollar fund to provide water services, he said, as well as a wate