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By, Susan Sacirbey via DiplomatArtist.com
Take some time to revel in the wonder of nature in the great outdoors or experience history in the 59 National Parks.
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By, Susan Sacirbey via Huffington Post
This is my Valentine Love story dedicated to Gilligan who will always share a special place in Ambassador Mo’s and my heart. Follow him on his 2015 journey to Key West, The Everglades, George Washington Carver National Park,
and beyond.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/susan-sacirbey/on-the-road-again-gilliga_b_9211622.html

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: Tourism is the better looking part of globalization, constituting 10% of the global GDP and 6% of world trade. –More–
http://diplomatartist.com/tourism-can-be-transformative-for-peace-sustainabledevelopment/

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Diplomat Artist Buzz for Earth Day, 22 April: “Netflix Joins World Wildlife Fund”
http://diplomatartist.com/netflix-joins-world-wildlife-fund/

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Diplomat Artist Buzz – can the magnificent elephant be an animal welfare ambassador rather than an ivory trinket or circus act? – Share your thoughts.

http://diplomatartist.com/elephants-will-disappear-at-current-poaching-rates/

World Humanitarian Day, 19 August, shares the day with World Orangutan Day: “Pain comes in different packages, but empathy is universal.” To all the courageous aid workers who try to rescue these loving creatures & raise awareness about this great ape whose survival is threatened through habitat loss from industrial plantations, especially palm oil production; the pet trade; & subsistence hunting. View the link for some breathtaking photos and become aware of the dangers to the environment from our use of palm oil.
http://news.mongabay.com/2014/0819-orangutan-photos-world-orangutan-day.html

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Happy Earth Day or Where's Waldo?

To celebrate Earth Day we took a walk at Island Beach State Park which has recovered well after Hurricane Sandy. Three miles into our walk as we crossed to the beach, a beautiful red fox was out to greet. Couldn’t venture too close, but can you play “Where’s Waldo?” — Susan & Ambassador Mo