Water Privatization Of Water

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In today’s society the value of water is greatly underappreciated, this is probably due to the lack of education across the globe. We abuse water as if it is an infinite resource, while at the same time not individually being responsible for solutions to the waste of water. In this essay I will provide a summary of the chapter that was assigned to me. I will also discuss the chapter by focusing on its core argument, explaining how supporting arguments are constructed around the core argument, and describing what kinds of evidence are used to support these lines of argumentation. The chapter that I was assigned was chapter five, which was the topic of water. The chapter provided information on how water is constantly shaping society. One of the topics discussed in the chapter is Neoliberalism. Here it was discussed that today water is privately owned or also known as water privatization. With this water is treated like a commodity as if it was just an object in the local store. The chapter states that, “Neoliberalism is in the first instance a theory of political economic practices that proposes that human well-being can best be advanced by liberating individual entrepreneurial freedoms” (Citation). Although many…show more content…
What this will do is help society achieve its environmental goals for the future by having less degradation and more sustainable use of resource. In society today there is a huge waste of water, which can be surprising for the simple fact that most of the wastes are things that common people lack the knowledge of. Even when I read the chapter myself I found ways in new ways in which we waste
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