Rasa Jundulaitė (Lithuania)

We are surrounded by thousands of traces of various civilizations. Precious works of art and cultural layers, traces of traditions and technological marvels are abundantly visited by tourists. Among them, there are many careless individuals who probably consider themselves to be the centre of the world and who, while unable to create anything of lasting value, feel a desperate need to leave their mark at any cost. The phrase “I was here” in all languages of the world can be seen at the most iconic sights. Rubbish blown about by the wind, left in the most improbable, the most protected locations, is an eyesore. Such behaviour, rightfully considered petty hooliganism, makes me very sad.