How a drought has forced us to rethink how we live our lives

The Australian’s Adam Goodes has an insightful piece on how we may need to rethink the way we live, in an attempt to better understand what we’re doing to the environment and ourselves.

Goodes writes that a drought is a crisis that is caused by an excess of resources, the loss of a resource, or by a combination of both.

It’s a crisis caused by over-production of water, land, and resources.

He writes that over the past two years, there has been an unprecedented amount of rain in Australia, particularly in the south, and the rain has been so heavy that it’s actually changed how much rain falls on a state-by-state basis.

“Australia has become an increasingly arid country,” he writes.

And it’s the arid part that has caused the drought.

I mean, there are many reasons for this, but one of the main ones is that the average rainfall over the last 30 years has been below the level of the peak of the Australian drought of the late 1970s.

There was a period where the rainfall was about two to three times what it is now.

And the drought coincided with the arrival of a major agricultural project, which was really the start of what became known as the Great Basin Agricultural Revolution.

That was a major economic and agricultural development in the Great Plains.

And in the last 25 years or so, it has been a major contributor to the problems of our climate, and our water problems.

So, that is the big picture.

But the way that we live is not the same as that of a rainforest, and not the way it’s been historically, and it’s also not the kind of lifestyle that is most conducive to the water that is required to sustain a lot of the plants and animals that live there.

As we get older and we get sicker, it’s not going to be the same.

So, as we get into the 20th century, it might become the norm to use more water than we’re currently using.

The solution, Goodes writes, is to use less water, and less efficiently.

We have to rethink our ways of thinking about our lives.

This is something that the Environmental Council of Australia has been campaigning on for some time.

When you think about how the environmental crisis is affecting Australia, it makes perfect sense.

For one thing, the climate is changing.

Climate change is a fact, and we know that climate change is bad for our environment.

Secondly, we know how much water there is in the oceans.

It’s a massive water resource.

And when we don’t conserve water, we’re not actually conserving as much as we should be.

Thirdly, we have a huge population of people who depend on it for a significant part of their lives.

We can’t afford to be running our economy at unsustainable levels.

What the ECA has done is to push governments to do something about water.

They’ve launched the Climate Action Plan, and they’ve called on the government to come out and say, yes, this is an issue that’s important to you.

To me, it was really important that governments started saying that climate is an important issue, that it has a big impact on our lives, and that the government is doing everything it can to address it.

Australia is an example of a country that’s going through this unprecedented amount and the way in which it’s being impacted by climate change, and this has been really, really, very important.

In Australia, the Great Lakes are under threat.

The Great Lakes Basin is under threat by climate.

If we want to make the climate crisis better, we’ve got to do more to reduce water use.

We’ve got a huge amount of water being lost to land and water-use, and when we use less, we use more.

We’re also doing everything we can to make our water more sustainable.

While Australia may be in a drought, it is actually in a very vulnerable position.

Its water supplies are being compromised.

Its water infrastructure is being degraded.

Its air quality is being compromised, and its water is not being replenished.

Over the past 30 years, Australia has become more and more arid.

The water that we’re producing is being used to make electricity and heat our homes.

And Australia is going to become even more arrid.

How will this impact our climate?

Well, in many ways, the water crisis is a natural disaster, as is the aridity of Australia.

Our water table has dropped, and a lot more of that water has been stored underground, where it’s more susceptible to floods and storms.

So we’ve already seen water in rivers and lakes being pulled up by rising waters and flooding.

With the climate, the problem is that it will get worse.

You know, Australia is a