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Not a Drop to Drink [Ebook] ➩ Not a Drop to Drink Author Ken Midkiff – Thomashillier.co.uk Water We can t live without it Not a Drop to Drink sounds the alarm, detailing the current state of emergency facing the US water supply From the parched High Plains to corporate boardrooms, Ken Midki Water We Drop to Kindle × can t live without it Not a Drop to Drink sounds the alarm, detailing the current state of emergency facing the US water supply From the parched High Plains to corporate boardrooms, Ken Midkiff explores water wars, privatization, American agriculture, and global warming And what we can do to get a glass of water.


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  1. Mrs. Europaea Mrs. Europaea says:

    Dams, droughts, wildfires You hear about these things a lot but if you are like me, you don t connect it It s hard to see it linked together and to own a part of responsibility for it inNot a Drop to DrinkI mean, for me, I finally realized how my simple routine actions can affect millions And it s scary and overwhelming but I think it s a much needed dose of reality American s are so sheltered from the truths many of other countries have had to face like water shortages, food shortages Dams, droughts, wildfires You hear about these things a lot but if you are like me, you don t connect it It s hard to see it linked together and to own a part of responsibility for it inNot a Drop to DrinkI mean, for me, I finally realized how my simple routine actions can affect millions And it s scary and overwhelming but I think it s a much needed dose of reality American s are so sheltered from the truths many of other countries have had to face like water shortages, food shortages and depleted aquifers If we don t start recognizing water as the sacred resource it is, we re all doomed to these inevitable fates.I personally found the Myths and Realities of Privatization section most enlightening I think it s quite common now a days to turn on the tap and not have any curiosity about where the water is coming from and who controls the water This chapter really laid out how the public and private sectors are supposedly working together but as Midkiff points out, any private sector is looking for a profit, and with a resource like water which is a fundamental human right, should a profit margin come into play at all Very interesting things to consider even if the book is not completely current


  2. Jen Jen says:

    This book is as dryly written as a Sierra Club pamphlet, and kind of depressing besides the three stars is for the importance of the information it presents We are destroying our rivers and native fisheries so we can grow rice in the desert, we are overtapping our groundwater reserves in service to wasteful corporate agriculture monoliths, and areas such as California are already feeling the effects of multi year drought and mandatory urban conservation While the What You Can Do parts of e This book is as dryly written as a Sierra Club pamphlet, and kind of depressing besides the three stars is for the importance of the information it presents We are destroying our rivers and native fisheries so we can grow rice in the desert, we are overtapping our groundwater reserves in service to wasteful corporate agriculture monoliths, and areas such as California are already feeling the effects of multi year drought and mandatory urban conservation While the What You Can Do parts of each chapter run the gamut from write to your Congressman, to write to your Senator, it is true that each of us needs to beaware of the issues surrounding our natural resources, and becomeactively involved citizens A decent introduction to several of the most pressing water crises that are right on our doorstep


  3. Jim Jim says:

    A good discussion about water use within the united states and the differing motivations of communities, farmers, environmentalists Each chapter seems to deal very specifically with issues, which is difficult to do when there are so many inter twined influences for this topic.


  4. Willa Powless Willa Powless says:

    I am ashamed of the world we are leaving our future generations.


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