ANU University of Technology, Australia title Australia has a drought that will last for decades article ANUSANA, Australia — Australia’s most extreme drought in a century is expected to last for 20 years, and will kill about 10,000 Australians every year, according to the National Drought Mitigation Strategy released this week.
The index shows that the worst drought of the century is forecast to be a wetter and drier year, and the country will be hit with a record amount of snow.
The drought will affect almost 100 million people in the country, and about half of them will have to be in shelters, according the government.
The National Dampener Strategy says that in a worst-case scenario, the country would experience a 25 per cent drop in the number of people living below the poverty line, and more than $1 trillion in lost economic activity.
The report says the drought is not a new phenomenon and that it was caused by a climate change phenomenon known as El Nino.
“It is one of the most severe droughts on record,” National Deregulation Coordinator Robyn Jackson said.
“We have seen this before in our history and we are still trying to understand what caused this drought.” “
The index predicts that there will be a record 1.8 million people without power by 2020, and another 2.8m people without access to clean water. “
We have seen this before in our history and we are still trying to understand what caused this drought.”
The index predicts that there will be a record 1.8 million people without power by 2020, and another 2.8m people without access to clean water.
The government said it would work to reduce the amount of water used in the electricity grid, and install water conservation measures.
It also announced that the Australian National University and the Australian Research Council have launched a $10 million project to develop technologies that could reduce the impacts of El Nio on the country.
The Australian government has been trying to reduce water use by 50 per cent by 2020 and has been encouraging farmers to reduce their water use, but some have refused to do so, saying they would prefer to conserve their water rather than pay for the costs of desalination.
The new report, called The Worst Drought in a Century, shows that while the state of drought in Australia is improving, the situation is not as good as in other parts of the world.
In India, for instance, the worst-affected region of the country is the southern Andaman and Nicobar Islands, which is known as the “tomb of the elephant”.
The island has been hit with drought for over a century because of a combination of climate change and a changing ocean.
The Andaman Sea is one-fifth the size of Australia’s.
Australia’s second worst-hit state, Queensland, was also hit hard by the drought, with more than 1.5 million people living in poverty.
The state has been one of Australia ‘s most extreme droughter, with the worst droughtakers in the world living in a state of extreme poverty.