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Power point presentation thinking critically about bottled water. Critical thinking is a recognition of the complexity of intellectual life and ideas. To think critically is, among other things, to be …

Power point presentation thinking critically about bottled water. Critical thinking is a recognition of the complexity of intellectual life and ideas. To think critically is, among other things, to be fair and open-minded while thinking carefully about what to do or what to believe. Another way of defining critical thinking might be as a habit of cautions evaluations, an analytic mindset aimed at discovering the component parts of ideas and philosophies, eager to weigh the merits of arguments and reasons in order to become a good judge of them. Analysis is the ability to break arguments or claims down into parts and to discover the relationship between parts. The arguments can then be evaluated. Whether you are evaluating record albums, cars, books, bottled water, there is a range of arguments tretching from good to bad about each thing, and sometimes the net result of the evaluation will be that the thing is good and worthy, right and true.

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    • 1. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water:
    • 2. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY:
    • 3. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova
    • 4. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From:
    • 5. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From: :
    • 6. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From: : Marion Nestle Vs. Jared Diamond
    • 7. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From: : Marion Nestle Vs. Jared Diamond
    • 8. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From: : Marion Nestle Vs. Jared Diamond “
    • 9. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From: : Marion Nestle Vs. Jared Diamond “ “We need some critical thinking here ... If Diamond gave any thought at all to what Coca-Cola produces – bottled water and sodas – he would surely have to agree that less of both would be good for our own health and that of the planet.”
    • 10. Bottled Water Exposed -Thinking critically about bottle water: PRESENTED BY: Veronika Vankova Quote From: : Marion Nestle Vs. Jared Diamond “ “We need some critical thinking here ... If Diamond gave any thought at all to what Coca-Cola produces – bottled water and sodas – he would surely have to agree that less of both would be good for our own health and that of the planet.”
    • 11. OVERVIEW Introduction Arguments FOR and Arguments against: Fascination True Facts Types of Bottled Water Environmental Issues Temperature Health Issues Solutions
    • 12. 1Arguments FOR and Arguments against: 1 FOR: Proponents say the tax on bottled water amounts to a tax on the essential of life. They say the sales tax is the most regressive tax because the poor use a proportionately higher share of their income for purchases and therefore bear a greater burden of the tax relative to their ability to pay. AGAINST::There is no formal opposition to this measure, but the arguments made for the tax when it was enacted was that the state need more revenue. 3
    • 13. INTRODUCTION  More than half of all Americans drink bottled water.  1/3 of Americans drink bottled water regularly.  Sales have increased within the past 5 years.  “According to California state proposition that appeared in Los Angeles Times: The sale tax on bottled water enacted by the Legislature and Government Pete Wilson in 2001 to help cover a project $14 million shortfall. The measure will reduce sell tax revenues by about $ 330 million annually, while cities and countries would lose about $120 million a year. This is a propose law and constitutional amendment placed on the ballot by petition.”
    • 14. Global bottled water market (consumption in millions of liters)
    • 15. Global bottled water market (consumption in millions of liters) Rank Countries 2003 2008  United States 21,938 33,398  Mexico 14,757 22,277  China 8,094 18,123  Brazil 9,621 13,707
    • 16. Why is America fascinated  Taste  Fashion  Convenience  “Bottled water is safer than tap water”.
    • 17. Types of Bottled Water
    • 18. Types of Bottled Water Spring- underground source that flows naturally. Sparkling- brands of mineral water and spring water are marketed as sparkling water. Artesian- narrow underground source Natural- mineral water as it flows from the ground. Distilled- filtered water. Well water- brought to the surface by pumps from an aquifer.
    • 19. Popular Brands Arrowhead Fiji Evian Perrier pH 6.12-7.6 7.5 7.18 5.46 Chloride .73-8.2 0 2.2 21.5 Sodium 2.1-20 0 5 9 Tds 81-260 210 357 475 Still Sparkling Type Spring Artesian Mineral Mineral
    • 20. Popular Brands Arrowhead Fiji Evian Perrier pH 6.12-7.6 7.5 7.18 5.46 Chloride .73-8.2 0 2.2 21.5 Sodium 2.1-20 0 5 9 Tds 81-260 210 357 475 Still Sparkling Type Spring Artesian Mineral Mineral
    • 21. THE TRUTH OF BOTTLED  Over $4 billion spent annually.  About ¼ of bottled water is bottled tap water.  40% of all bottled water comes from a City Water System …. JUST LIKE TAP WATER.
    • 22. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES  Barrels of oil  Factories cause massive greenhouse gas emissions  88% empty bottles get thrown into the trash rather than recycled.
    • 23. FDA does TEMPERATURE not consider bottled water stored in elevated temperature s to be safety a concern.
    • 24. Health Issues  Bacteria  Chemicals  Breast
    • 25. When is drinking bottled  During a flood  Natural disaster  Contaminated water  TIP: Bottled water should be stored in a cool location away from direct
    • 26. SOLUTIONS lower cost more convenient assured quality FILTERS STAINLESS STEEL BOTTLES
    • 27. Sales of bottled water have
    • 28. Sources  bottledwater.org  bottledwatereeb.com  cleanairpurewater.com  bottledwatermatters.com