Moët & Chandon puts in place its agroforestry programme

Moet-et-Chando-biodiversite-small.jpgMoët & Chandon is committed to creating 100 km (62 miles) of ecological corridors in the Champagne region by 2027 to diversify natural ecosystems and protect fauna and flora: named Natura Nostra, the project started in 2021.

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Limited edition of reusable bottle sold to fund an education program in France and in Greenland

Qwetch-small.jpgQwetch launches "Banquise" (Pack Ice) a stainless steel bottle collection, out of which the one with a polar bear will allow to finance the education program "Protect Ice & Reduce Waste" dedicated to school children in France and in Greenland.

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LVMH supports engaged art, committed to preserving coral reefs

LVMH LVMH supports La Fabrique Nomade for a unique collaboration between five creative craftsmen who live in France as refugees and the artist Jérémy Gobé: two jewellers, a ceramist, a crochet craftsman and an embroiderer have created a piece of art that depict a coral.

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Organic cosmetics made from linden in the Dordogne Valley

Til-cosmetiques-small.jpgThree sisters, Dominique, Odile and Sylvie Polette have launched Til, a brand of organic cosmetics made from linden; after four years of research, they have developped a new effective active, products are made by traditional methods and utilize the whole plant, leaves, flowers, branches and buds.

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Handpainted bags made from cactus leather

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Araceli Garcia designs handpainted bags from cactus leather: to manufacture her unique pieces, she uses handcrafted techniques of traditionnal manufacturing and technologies of the 21st century.

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To exchange a gently warn coat for a Limited Edition #NoColdShoulder beanie

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Nobis collects gently worn mantels, coats and down jackets and offers a beanie specially designed for the event launched beginning of November: No cold shoulder. The maison commits to dress warmly fifteen thousand people during the winter.

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An ethnologist takes pictures of the peoples of sub-Saharan Africa

forever-africa-small.jpgEthnologist, psychologist and sociologist, Viviana Vammalle has taken photographs of peoples of sub-Saharan Africa for twelve years. She edits today a book of her personal experiences of rare sensibility and subtlety, published by Ana Maria de La Bruyère, who had launched the Vogue magazine in Spain.

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