The Importance Of Water Conservation

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The major resourse in the world “Water” for most people life which created all living things that exist; has come to a point of scarcity. Imagine living in world where the most needed resource “water” was unavailable. For some, around the world people have been experiencing it. Countries have been suffering of bad and poor quality water. But it did not happen until the last years that people began experiencing it. This has made some to call for the need of better restrictions to maintain water by having governments to have better water conservation policies. Critics of this say, that water conservation is everyone 's responsibility and that it should be up to the person to lower the use of consumption. Water has been affected by the individual, …show more content…
The Governor has solved the crisis by raising the cost of water and reducing water use. When it came to the issue. “Voters strongly favored other approaches, such as water recycling, capturing storm runoff and increasing groundwater storage." (Los Angeles Times). Toilet flushing is the greatest use of water. “Accounting for nearly one-third of potable water use”. (UPI Space Daily). There is no reason to use clean water to be used in it. Rainwater can be replaced and to irrigate gardens. Californians are thinking about using different methods of collecting rainwater to be …show more content…
In sight of the drought in the world. Humanity should create better technology about desalination more efficiently to take advantage of seawater. Scientist are trying their best to purify water and make it drinkable. The best way to end the fresh water crisis is to reduce waste, and the easiest way to do so, is to make water more expensive. The reason why most people waste water is because it is cheap, and there is no problem about how much a person use or waste. It will encourage water agencies to build recycling and reclamation systems. On the other hand, others think that the way to end the fresh water crisis is to focus on recycling and filtering

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