The access to water without paying amounts to social

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need and should be free of charge considering it is a universal resource. The access to water without paying amounts to social justice. Similarly, the notes brought out the health aspects of water. Humans depends on water for uses such as agriculture, commercial and domestic. The pollution of water bodies pose a health risk to the people whose livelihoods depend on that particular water source (Perillo, 2013). The environmental facets consist of the concept of water pollution. Rivers and lakes are polluted by untreated wastes from factories. This makes the water a health risk to the people using it. Economic elements of water as related to the social aspects. There are different social classes in the society, those that can afford to buy water and those who cannot. Water should be readily and freely available for all people. Water and culture is an inseparable aspect of human
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SUSTAINABLITY AND NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3 life. Cultural diversity influences the extent of water usage. Conservation strategies should be adopted in some cultures. However, these issues do not manifest themselves equally. Elements such as environmental conservation in line with the water bodies are given priority to other aspects such as culture. In my opinion, sustainable use of water is essential since water touches on virtually all aspects of human life.
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  • Fall '14
  • Prof.Oyawa
  • Ecology, Natural environment, Natural Resource Management, Baldwin & Wilberforce

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