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In the article Water Incorporated The Commodification of the Worlds Water which appears in Earth Island Journal on March 5 2002 Maude Barlow argues that the access to the fresh water should not be a right for every human been and not limited to specific peopleThe author appeals to ethos pathos and logos through usingsome emotional facts about the animal extinctions statistics and facts to explain the consequences of limiting the access to the fresh water and some well-known organizations and actsSummaryMaude Barlow article Water Incorporated The Commodification of the Worlds Water argues that the access to the fresh water should not be a right for every human been and not limited to specific people The article started with some dangerous statistics about the water consumption around the world from now and how it is going to increase in the future On the same hand Barlow pointed out how is river diverting and dams building are making some animals to be in danger of extinction Then she illustrates the tactics that being used to resolve the issue and the difficulties facing those solutions After that she warns about how is the water going to be elusive Furthermore the author writes about two organizations that tried to take out the human rights to access the water and how they were defeated Finally she ends her article by sending a message to the entire world that the water is a right for the entire human beenAnalysisAs of ethos the author her self is a credible person to talk about that problem because of her efforts to help protecting the environment and she participated and authored some works talking about the same topic being used in this article On the same hand the writer mentioned some well-known organizations and acts like the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA Barlow 306For pathos the author used a lot of emotions to proof how dangerous is the problem For example the
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