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What's the solution?

Swimmable, not just wadeable

Require as a minimum that our rivers and lakes be safe for swimming in the National Policy Statement, not just the current ‘safe for wading and boating’

Nick Thompson CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Clean farming

Fence farms from rivers and creeks, plant river banks to absorb excess run-off, and put a hold on new conversions of land to dairy farms.

Amy Dozier CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

Stop new pollution

Introduce a charge on water used for irrigation, wind-up government subsidies to irrigation and water storage, and put a hold on new water storage schemes.

Smart solutions to pollution

Develop national standards to limit pollution, a levy on pollution, urban design to reduce stormwater pollution, and invest in smarter sewerage systems.

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