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    • Up to 12 litres
    • up to 100 litres
    • Up to 200litres
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    • Melbourne’s Water Storages are drying up.
    • Melbourne’s population is expected to reach 5 million by 20 30 8 million by 20 50
    • Some of Victoria’s Farming communities are already running out of water
    • These Melbourne Bayside areas are unlivable with a 2 metre rise in sea levels – by 2090 or sooner?
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    • 12 litres per day
    • The average Australian uses around 350 litres
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      • Discuss these 2 questions …
      • What specific FACTS stood out most
      • 2.What does all this MEAN for us … … right now?
    • Presentation adpated to an Australian audience by: Geoff Brown of Tangent Consulting