To eradicate corruption from water and sanitation for good cause of world & envi

NYDF Global Platform All Topics Forest Governance and Communities To eradicate corruption from water and sanitation for good cause of world & envi

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  • #1703
    Hitesh Bhatt
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    To eradicate corruption from water sanitation and energy nexus of world for humanity sustainable development goals and inclusive solutions for evironment & climate change.

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  • #1705
    Hitesh Bhatt
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    Corruption free world for inclusive solutions & good cause of world.

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    Madeline Craig
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    Hi Hitesh,

    Could you provide some context for the connection between the issues you listed (water and sanitation, corruption, energy) and forests? Do you have any resources or case studies to share which connect these themes?

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    Hitesh Bhatt
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    Yes I can give related documentory evidence with hard copy. So, please send me a mailing address.

    I can send all details throug post or courier hard copy with authentic sign.

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  • #3215
    Eva Gurria
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    Dear Hitesh,

    Thank you for your willingness to share the material. Would be great if you could share some main findings from the documents you mention, and how they relate to reducing deforestation and land degradation.

    Forests are key to protect watersheds and ecosystem services we all depend on. The loss of these services affects us all but is especially felt by indigenous peoples and local communities whose livelihoods depend on the forests and the environmental services they provide: Forests stabilize soil and reduce erosion, regulate water flow to mitigate floods and droughts, and purify water. Below an article from WRI to explain this.

    http://www.wri.org/blog/2016/08/watersheds-lost-22-their-forests-14-years-heres-how-it-affects-your-water-supply

    Forests are also a source of fuel and energy for many Indigenous Peoples and local communities around the world. Below a nice info graphic from FAO showing this relationship.

    http://www.fao.org/3/a-i6928e.pdf

    Lastly, below an interesting article from the European Union on “Tackling corruption to protect the world’s forests”. Corruption is rife in many forest countries. Wonder if you know of  policies or measures that others are taking to combat this problem?

    https://transparency.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/TI-GW-Anti-corruption-briefing-January-2017.pdf

     

     

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  • #3221
    Hitesh Bhatt
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    Hello how r u everyone,

    Yes, I can & we can do everything in positive manner for the good of world.

    If my limitations are fullfFul financial losses and support because last 21-22 years to till date today this trying situations and pathetic living conditions tried me and family members.

    My only constraints are language barrier and financial losses without any office infrastructer and logistics support doing this toiling hard for me and my family to get water and sanitation and energy nexus with food nexus.

    So, please send me written communication at my residential postal address & I can send details empirical experience and knowledge practical action real life situations hard copy with authentic sign.

    I can draw the line straight without any public mileage or public affairs for the good cause of world & my country national interest of law.

    So,pl please treat this information confidential for safety and security reasons.

     

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