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There is no doubt that people should have full right of access to clean water and this is their inalienable, basic right. By pure water, we mean the one that is drinkable, for bathing and for recreation, as well as water treated as an element of a clean, unpolluted natural environment. It’s not to be concealed that most of the waters in the world in no way meet the above-mentioned norms, moreover - their level of poisoning is still growing. The subject of the economy is rarely discussed in the context of water pollution, in the context of the still deteriorating human health, its functional condition, insufficient supplementation - and yet it’s very important and has much to do with these issues. In the category of the global economy, the main source causing contamination is agriculture, that is, the rural zone, which accumulates a significant amount of waste, household sewage and septic tanks, organic fertilizers, and also has rooms and catwalks for farm animals.
Agricultural water pollution
As far as the subject of agriculture in the context of water pollution is concerned, it cannot be concealed that the world economy, although very developed now, is still not fully adapted to the conditions in which the natural environment protects itself and does not bring disease to itself, and disabilities. People drinking water contaminated in this way, first of all, terribly trashes their body with toxins, as well as getting rid of all nutrients and has nothing to supplement them, because water is the basic factor distributing and transporting nutrients contained in dietary supplements in the body. Such factors as the so-called liquid manure, municipal sewage, artificial fertilizers (most often nitrogen fertilizers), as well as pesticides - they are the source of numerous substances of technical origin with various concentrations. They affect various types of stagnant and flowing water, due to their specificity, most often the water is polluted by heavy metals, which causes them to settle in the digestive system, e.g. in aquatic or terrestrial animals and further infested. We can only imagine what composition the fish meat has at the time, which we eat on our own or give to our loved ones, we can also imagine the economic effects of mass-scale fish and terrestrial animals on a global scale.
All that goes into the water, does not die in it - it only grows and intensifies - we must finally understand it, after all we use it every day, do we really want to bathe or wash our hands in the water that someone just poured out manure or faecal matter into? Certainly not, and yet we downplay the problem of inability and lack of responsibility in case of people who just deal with the utilization of uncomfortable components or the remnants of their work. The balance is downright frightening, we do not care about what surrounds us and we do not care about what creates us. We humans are not able to cope without access to water in any way possible, because it’s simply everywhere, in our body (up to 70%) in its tissues, muscles, skin, food and fluids. While it’s said that we are able to survive without food, it has been confirmed that we cannot survive without water - it’s impossible. This picture shows how simple and thoughtlessly we lose what is necessary to us in every degree, without which we cannot function.
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Water creates our body - it’s an equivalent to all environmental factors, a natural protector, humidifier, and regenerator.
When someone asks us a question, what is the most important for us in life, what we most want - most often we answer health, because it cannot be bought with any money, cannot be obtained through rewards and services, you cannot receive it, and you can only work on it yourself and responsibly through your own control of the body
There is no doubt that people should have full right of access to clean water and this is their inalienable, basic right.