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Save Jamaica's Cultural Landscape

This Petition closed on Nov 14, 2013

Save Jamaica's Cultural Landscape

Jamaica's natural beauty have attracted millions of tourists to our country for years. The romance and charm of our people, their lifestyle and the natural environment has been a magnet to people who want to get away from the skyscrapers and concrete life. The environment has yielded benefits to both residents, visitors and capitalists. Quickly, though, Jamaica is looking more like a little United States of America. The cultural landscape is being destroyed by American-like fast food chains, big hotels, etc. While convenience is important; and appropriate tourist capacity is needed, our development ought to be conscientious towards the cultural landscape. Furthermore, tourists and even Jamaican natives leave their home adopted homes to come to Jamaica, not America. There are many creative ways to build the capacity we need, the convenience we desire, and the benefits we seek while preserving BRAND Jamaica.

45 people signed the petition

Name Country Date
Lana Belarus Apr 21, 2014
Hadassah Louis Zambia Apr 4, 2014
Marni Roux Australia Jan 31, 2014
Brandon Wallace Canada Jan 21, 2014
Jeannene United States Nov 28, 2013
Norma Czech Republic Nov 28, 2013
Khin Spain Nov 27, 2013
Inkyin Poland Nov 26, 2013
Juan Canada Nov 25, 2013
Jake United States Nov 20, 2013
rlrndhr Russia Nov 19, 2013
Arlene United Kingdom Nov 10, 2013
Stefano Italy Sep 18, 2013
Daniel Lockett Vietnam Sep 11, 2013

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  • United States


    Nov 28, 2013

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  • Spain


    Nov 27, 2013

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    Nov 26, 2013

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  • Canada


    Nov 25, 2013

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  • United Kingdom


    Nov 10, 2013

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  • Vietnam

    Daniel Lockett

    Sep 11, 2013

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