Book Responce : Bottled and Sold: The Story Behind Our Obsession with Bottled Water Book by Peter Gleick

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Book Responce : Bottled and Sold: The Story Behind Our Obsession with Bottled Water Book by Peter Gleick
At the end of the book “Bottled and Sold”, Peter Gleick notes that “In the end, the debate about bottled water is really a debate about the value of water, human rights versus responsibilities, environmental priorities and protection, economic markets versus public goods, government intervention versus government reform, and more. If we are thoughtful, however, we will see bottled water for what it is – the result of a failure to provide satisfactory public water systems and services for everyone – and realize that our obsession with bottled water can be overcome if we address the reasons people seek it out.”

Provide evidence from the book (by using quotes from the book) to support this statement. In providing evidence, detail some of the negative environmental health impacts of bottled water. With regards to these impacts, what is our professional ethical obligation as public health professionals?

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