I remember I have read an interview in which a person asked some interesting questions with Sandra L. Postel who is a Environmental Researcher, Writer and Lecturer which I want to share with you today. Sandra L. Postel is currently in Los Lunas, New Mexico He asked her like:

How did you get started in your field of work?

She replied: “After completed my graduation Duke, I landed a job with a small natural resources company in California. My first project was to help write a handbook for communities across the country to use in designing water conservation programs. I worked with a civil engineer who knew all about wastewater and urban water systems. After three years, I joined the Worldwatch Institute, where I happily occupied the global water niche. It all unfolded from there.”

What inspires you to dedicate your life to freshwater?

She replied: “I love nature and water is the source of it all. I do care of the mussels, fish and frogs that depend on water. The extinction of life pains me. I just want to do my part to be sure we humans conserve water and share it with all of life.”

If you could have people do one thing to help save freshwater, what would it be?

She replied: “Landscape with native plants, grasses and shrubs and avoid planting thirsty lawns in dry places.”

I am also the same kind of person actually. So, I will do the same thing in my life.