Economic impact of droughts
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Farmers have to spend more money to drill new wells or buy water in tankers.
We (farmers) have to get less money because the crops are not growing.
Businesses and Industries are losing money because farmers are not buying farm equipment from us.
People are losing money because there is less rain so that means dryer conditions and bush fires.
When hydro-energy companies operate below capacity they have to spend more on electric generators or close production.
Dried out water bodies may close down water recreation that are connected to businesses.
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