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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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From Diplomat Artist Buzz – The “Islamic Declaration on the Environment” was promoted by the “Interfaith Partners on the Environment.” New guidelines call for: rapid phase-out of fossil fuels, a switch to 100% renewable energy, & increased support for vulnerable communities.
http://diplomatartist.com/islamic-scholars-speak-on-preserving-the-environment/

Is Animal Rights the Next Human Rights?

Is Animal Rights the Next Human Rights? By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Will the passion of the animal rights movement soon become part of an international debate at the United Nations and related institutions as “Digital Diplomacy” takes another advance from the virtual?

DIPLOMAT ARTIST Blog Report: DIGITAL AGE BEYOND DIGITAL CLOCK, By Ambassador Mo
UNESCO Prepares Conference to Preserve Digital Age: The “Digital Age” arrived at the United Nations on May 3, 1971 when the United States (represented by George Bush) presents a digital clock to United Nations Secretary-General, U Thant.
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/blog_post/digital-age-beyond-the-digital-clock/55940Image

Watch Film Report: WORLD HERITAGE CONVENTION – 40 YEARS
The United Nations & its UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific & Cultural Organization) are commemorating 40 years (1972 to 2012) of the World Heritage Convention. The World Heritage Convention is most ratified international treaty for cultural & natural heritage preservation in the world. On its 40th anniversary, World Heritage Convention celebrates sustainable development & role of local communities. –WATCH–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/world_heritage_convention_40years/31141Image

ECOLOGY-DIPLOMAT Watch Film Report: INDIA WILDLIFE/ENVIRONMENT PRESERVATION
India has the globe’s second largest population & is one of the more densely populated countries in the world – wildlife & villagers may be seen frequently as competing for the same space and resources. However, wildlife and the environment are also a treasure of India and necessary for continued advancement of the country and its multifaceted economy as well as the health of its citizens.  –Watch–
http://diplomaticallyincorrect.org/movie/india-wildlifeenvironment-preservation/31033Image