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Climate change in the future will led to sea level rising, low rainfall, warmer days and water shortages through evaporation in the dams. A lesser amount of Sydney rain falls in the catchment area, as most of Sydney’s rain falls on the coast and the catchment areas are further island E.g. Warragamba Dam. Warragamba Dam is Sydney’s major water supply can supply Sydney with 4 years supply of water with zero inflow supply, but currently the dam is at 50% capacity. We now need to research desalination plants, larger scale water treatment plants and government plans and policies to help save our water supply.
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