Hibiscus on its own tastes kind of bad, but if you add sugar and care it makes a delicious base. Similarly, we don't know yet whether there might be lasting consequences down the road. How can we add care to AWP to avoid adverse futures?
Watermelon is full of water—which everybody needs! It is hard on the outside, like the work needed to accomplish AWP's goals, but the result/inside is real sweet.
Lime offers a sour hint, like the fear that accompanies conversations about the unknown territory AWP offers, but paired with the right ingredients it makes a delicious alliance.
Mint is unique, highlighting how precious a resource water is.
Tajín for the good kind of spicy conversations AWP should inspire: if pollutants are bound to remain or persist, how many times can water go through AWP?
At first, the idea of AWP is scary, but once you try it you realize it could work.