Monday, 15 October 2007

Who uses all our water?

"The dots on this graph relate to how much we spend. These are the 1400 or so statistical local areas that make up our evidence base for thinking about water and all things in Australia. You wouldn't have to be a great and deep statistician to work out that there's a fairly linear relationship there: the more you spend, all other things being equal, the more water you use across your full consumption budget. And so the lower spenders in Australia are doing about 0.5 ML a year, the big spenders about 1 ML." [Foran,B,March 2007]
See link for 2007 Fenner Conference on the Environment:

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