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Author winterkjm
#16 | Posted: 26 Oct 2011 06:34 | Edited by: winterkjm 
We need to see a lot more developed countries stepping forward and providing assistance in the development and implementation of management plans for sites in less developed countries.

I think for this to happen there needs to be a strong sense of regional shared prosperity. One unique example of this is South Korea helping excavate a Goryeo palace site in Kaesong, North Korea. South Korea is providing much of the expertise and probably finances for this joint project. F.HTML

What I really want to see is the US and Mexico work together more in their world heritage programs, particularly because of the many historical ties between the two nations. There is real potential for developing a transnational WHS with the historic missions, and the vast desert ecosystems that spread into both nations. Not that Mexico needs any assistance with their world heritage program, as they have been fairly successful!

Author Euloroo
#17 | Posted: 26 Oct 2011 07:10 
Australia and Papua New Guinea are planning a joint submission for the Owen Stanley Range incorporating the Kokoda Track where the Australians have a significant vested interest.

Author winterkjm
#18 | Posted: 29 Oct 2011 17:23 

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