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Is Australia prepared for El Nino in 2014?

Posted on July 1, 2014 at 5:55 PM
Australia is facing a dought year and everyone will be asked to save water.  More articles warming about El Nino, such as the one below, are being published at more regular intervals.

 "The world is almost certain to be struck by the “El Nino” phenomenon this year, with the potential to induce “major climactic impacts” around the world, the Met Office has warned.India and Australia are likely to be hit the hardest but the fallout could also be felt in Britain, where the last El Nino event in 2009/10 contributed to the heavy snowfall in the UK that winter.


The term El Nino relates to feedback between the atmosphere and ocean that occurs every two to seven years and can wreak havoc on the weather system, inflicting droughts and excessive rainfall across the world."



It seems to me that the best way for anyone to manage their water needs is to do as much as they can to ensure they can supply themselves with it as sufficiently and economically as possible. Making households or businesses less dependent on the commerical supply of water will benefit everyone. There will be less demand on the critical resource, less escalation of the cost of the delivery and supply of water and less fear of it being restricted or running out. offers a simple solution to many industries faced with the escalating costs of water supplies as well as the ongoing and rising costs of discharging waste water to the sewers. It's just one step in the direction of ensuring the security of the water supply and the health of the environment.

The Abbot government has made huge changes to the water regulatiing bodies, some of which have been abolished, at a time when the annual rainfall is well below average and the El Nino is more than 80% sure of occuring. The flow on to states and councils of pressure to manage their water supplies and cover their costs will be passed on to consumers. As everyone watches these occur, the pressure on the cashflow of companies and small businesses will be enormous. Instead of investing in government institutions via water bills, taxes and so on, everyone could  invest in their own water supply, a once off investment, with a lifetime of benefits. It just makes good sense.

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