What do you think people should know about water issues where they live?
Regarding water issues in the following link you can find some interesting information about water quality.
I'm especially interested in how people are thinking about water issues. I work in water conservation, so it's not that I want to know more about water myself, but if I were to develop an educational program for the public, what would you, as a member of the public, want to know most?
Then I would ask for
How do I determine the water quality, by using simple practical methods?
Are there different kind of drinking water?
What kind would be better for people with a specific health condition?
How much damage/alteration happens when water is bottled within plastic or glass?
What should I do when traveling to places "not well organized" regarding drinking water?
Is river/lake water good for people when it looks clean/clear?
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