Podcaster and welshman Steve Evans talks about water (or lack thereof) in the New England region.
He reflects on how migrating to Australia has seen him adapt to various water saving methods.
“The British grow up believing that there is unlimited water and that it should be free,” Evans says.
“There is a great resistance to water meters. Many British see paying for water as a denial of basic human rights.”
Along with the regular water saving methods in the household, such as wearing clothes days in a row, Evans talks about how the lack of rain affects local farmers and graziers.
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