I think that the beginnings of a local water movement are already in place in some areas. For instance, NYC is very proud of its tap water (which isn’t necessarily local-it comes from the upstate watersheds). But the city’s tap water pride can keep people from purchasing bottled water shipped from miles away. In places where the tap water has a positive reputation, I think the local water movement would be more readily adopted. One thing to think about is that for places that rely on non-renewable aquifers, should there really be a local water movement? Perhaps that would only make the resources more depleted. However, I think a local water movement that focuses on efficiency and conservation of nearby water sources can definitely catch on.
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