Water covers 75% of the Earths surface, but most of it contains high concentrations of salt and is unavailable. Desalination is expensive for developing countries, making that salt water unsuitable for consumption or irrigation. Consequently, access to fresh water is a growing issue as countries share the same water sources. This even has the potential to become an issue of national security. Think of the issues that come from circumstances in which countries share the same water source. For example, consider disputes over the Jordan river between Jordan and Israel, or the Tigris River between Iraq and Turkey.Now consider what would happen if your state or community had only limited fresh water access. How involved do you feel local governments should be in controlling water access? Have at least one response to the Class Discussion of at least one paragraph. Class Discussion:Travis, I reside in Florida. Florida is known for the increasing population which in turn increases the demand for fresh water. Florida is already expected to be low on groundwater sources to meet the demand as legislatures are already creating projects to conserve freshwater. I have noticed numerous programs for water efficiency that have been used in the past and still are currently used. The use of water more efficiently is one of the best ways noted to help conserve water. The neat thing about Florida is they are the largest users of groundwater east of the Mississippi River. I happen to be a user of groundwater; however, the problem with using the aquifers is it could damage wetlands. Florida is also impacted by droughts and heatwaves. I believe the local government is already quite involved with conservation use. We currently have programs such as save our lakes. During peak heat, there is limited watering outdoors. The local government would be quite involved in my opinion. Florida is still working to find ways to protect water from algae problems.