The Murray-Darling Basin Authority is making moves to become more transparent in regards to actions the authority are undertaking on water reform.
Phillip Glyde, Chief Executive of the MDBA speaking this week said recent findings on the difficulties being faced by communities had prompted the MDBA to look again at what more could be done by the agency to improve transparency and two-way communication.
This week the MDBA announced a number of initiatives including increasing communications about River Murray operations, as well as focusing on using new engagement methods.
The MDBA will also host an annual Murray–Darling Basin Conference each year at different locations in the Murray Darling basin with the first to be held in Mildura next year.
Further details can be found via the MDBA website.
image - Supplied - MDBA.