June 8 is World Oceans Day and, to honor the great global ocean that regulates our climate and provides us with food, transportation, and beautiful beaches, technical swim and sportswear maker Everest Isles and renowned photographer Matthew Clark teamed up to create a unique, extremely limited run of Clark’s photos printed on recycled technical sales.Unique in their backing material, these prints are all signed and numbered by the artist and, depending on size, run between $500 to $750. While that may sound like a steep price to pay, remember, not only are you getting a high-end art piece you can hang anywhere in your pad, you’re also donating to a good cause.DRIFT by Matt ClarkAll proceeds from Clark’s prints go to Ocean Global, a non-profit that uses art, music, and tech to educate people on the many issues impacting our oceans today, including pollution, ocean acidification, and rising temperatures. Not only do they educate, however, they also offer real world solutions to initiate positive change.This extremely exclusive run of 10 prints is available until June 30, or until they’re gone–whichever comes first.With the US withdrawing from the Paris Climate Accord, it’s time for Americans to step-up as individuals and do our part. For someone with a love of art and money to burn, this is a good place to start. For more info, or to order, check out the prints here. 14 Scandinavian Clothing Brands You Need to Know 16 Best Action Movies on Netflix Right Now Editors’ Recommendations The Awake G7 Watch Makes Fishing Nets Fashionable and Sustainable Airbnb Wants to Send You to Antarctica on Sabbatical 14 Best Outdoor Stores in the United States
Hun Sen has told Rabbani that he had some important work to complete in the country, explaining why he decided to cancel official visits overseas. “Samdech [Hun Sen] apologized because this year Samdech has a lot of work in the country so he canceled official visits to many countries including Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Australia and New Zealand,” Thamrong said.“Next year, we will be busy organizing commune elections and the national election in 2018.” (Colombo Gazette) Sry Thamrong, a minister attached to the Prime Minister’s office, told reporters of the change of plans after talks between Hun Sen and Mian Raza Rabbani, chairman of Pakistan’s Senate, yesterday in Siem Reap City. Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has canceled a visit to Sri Lanka scheduled for this year, the Cambodian media reported.According to khmertimeskh.com, Hun Sen canceled tentative plans to visit Pakistan and three other countries – Sri Lanka, Australia and New Zealand – and instructed the Pakistani embassy to work with the Foreign Ministry to mark next year’s 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.