Monthly Archives: March 2014

Inlay Lake in Myanmar — a very special place

Two years since my last visit, I am back at beautiful Inlay Lake (also spelt ‘Inle’) in the heart of Shan State in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). Inlay Lake is a highland lake famous for its scenic beauty, tranquillity, … Continue reading

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Where is the environment in the South Australian election??

The environment seems to have gone missing in the South Australian election campaign, with no acknowledgement of the environment that underpins our economy. The state’s current tourism campaigns promote the rich natural assets of the state, but there is no … Continue reading

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Murray Meanders

In this short illustrated history, available for purchase from Blurb.com, learn how the mighty Murray River works, as it meanders for more than 2,300 km through communities battling for a share of its vital resources.

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WHERE IS THE RIVER MURRAY IN THE STATE ELECTION?

The River Murray is notably absent from the lists of voter concerns and policy speeches in the lead-up to the SA election on 15 March. What happened to all that angst and concern for our lifeline, our vital water resource? … Continue reading

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