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can adopt the usage of the Hydroponic Systems. People can utilize alternative permeable paving solutions that allow rain water to invade through. Pollutants from the cars are filtered to avoid contaminating the ground sources. We can use soil resources and local water resources to grow crops appropriately. People can use decommission dams and use the natural flow of water in rivers to generate power. Tryto limit the population growth of a certain region depending on the accessible water supply. (California used this technique which helped them check the population in a certain region and check the population). 10.How do you think we should approach the question of water availability on a global scale? Should it be a right? Is putting a price on it the fairest, or only way to distribute it? Give reasons for your answer.Access towater shouldbe framed as ahuman rightand a public trust that must not be denied to anyone for at least a few reasons. First, ensuring access to cleanwatercould substantially reduce the global burden of disease. Second, the privatization ofwater—which exploits the view thatwateris a commodity rather than a public good—does not result in equitable. Furthermore, the cost of its distribution should be shared by the whole community and its conservation should also be made to be a communal endeavor.