SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ACCEPTABILITY OF WATER
General Comment No.15: The Right to Water under normative content of the right to water states that Water should be treated as a social and cultural good, and not primarily as an economic good. The manner of the realization of the right to water must also be sustainable ensuring that the right can be realized for present and future generations.
Interesting study on this topic has been done on Northern Australia Water Futures Assessment. You can find it on the link below.