Parts of the East Coast are running out of water. - 5 Jun 2008  
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Australia’s drought extends to Tasmania’s state. As the effects of global warming continue to be noted across the continent of Australia, coastal regions of her southernmost island state are experiencing their worst drought in recorded history.

The city council of Tasmania’s Glamorgan Spring Bay may soon declare a state of emergency, with water levels in the region’s Prosser River only expected to provide another 70 days’ supply. Town mayor Bertrand Cadart stated, “We are praying for a big rain.”
We join you and the Tasmanian people in your prayers, Mayor Cadart. May blessed rainfall shower upon Australia as we move quickly to save our planet from the effects of climate change.