When too much is never enough...

In most cases any negative impact stems from a lack of understanding or working knowledge of what needs to be done to protect our precious people and places. It is this lack of understanding that needs to be corrected through education, training and the introduction and policing of regulations and ethical practices.

If we don’t, we have no right to expect these precious remnants of humanities past to be there for the generations that will follow us. 

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HUMANS…..WE HAVE A PROBLEM!! Why the Whale on the beach is a threat to our precious culture and heritage.

As we all know, the issue of creature extinction is major problem for the world and it has profound implications for us all. If our eco-systems collapse, this is an existential threat to our species as well.  What is less discussed is the extinction of humanity’s morals and the implications this will have on our futures. 

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UNESCO launches new travel platform ‘World Heritage Journeys’ to promote sustainable tourism in the EU

Coinciding with the European Heritage Days celebrations, UNESCO will launch the first-ever web platform dedicated to World Heritage and sustainable travel. Supported by the European Union, the platform features 34 selected World Heritage sites spread across 19 European Union countries, and it has been developed in collaboration with National Geographic.

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Scientists say they have discovered humanity's oldest known drawing on a small fragment of rock in South Africa.

The drawing is about 73,000 years old, and shows cross-hatch lines sketched onto stone with red ochre pigment.

Scientists discovered the small fragment of the drawing - which some say looks a bit like a hashtag - in Blombos Cave on the southern coast.

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Four additional Malaysian heritage sites in Unesco's tentative list

KUALA LUMPUR (Sept 5): Four heritage sites – National Park, Royal Belum (pictured) in Gerik, Perak, Permatang Kuarza in GombakSelangor and the Forest Research Institute Malaysia (FRIM) – are in the tentative list of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco).

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