The politics of water scarcity
Clean water is something we take for granted. Its there when we turn on our taps to fill a glass, take a shower, or wash our hands. But for many of the worlds citizens, water is a precious commodity. Many dont have access to clean water. Others must use the same water for drinking, cooking, and cleaning. Is access to clean water a human right? Should water be provided by governments or private entities? Will water become a commodity of the rich? And how are our environmental practices affecting the worlds supply of water?
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