Drought in southern Australia correlated with climate change.- 4 May 2008  
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Recent research by the Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organization (CSIRO) suggests that the south of the country is at risk of increasingly severe water shortages as a sub-tropical high pressure air system is strengthened by global warming.

Dr. Wendy Craik, Murray Darling Basin Commission’s chief executive, stated, “The research shows there are firm signals in the current drought that correlate with future projections of reduced rainfall in southern Australia.”

Our gratitude, esteemed scientists, for this informative research regarding the wide-reaching effects of global warming. We pray that all world citizens will quickly adopt sustainable lifestyle changes to halt worldwide climate change.