Rare, natural and ethic honeys from Madagascar plant species

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Ilanga Nature produces Ecocert-certified honeys in the island of Madagascar. The firm is committed to going with beekeepers and developing long-lasting fair trade partnerships.

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Charity auctions by Sotheby's

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Sotheby's organizes a pieces of art charity auction from November 13th to the 18th, 2020. All proceeds will be donated to the endowment fund Merci who works to enrol children in school in Madagascar.

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Artistic upcycling made in Kenya sold in French National Museum

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The boutique of the Confluence Museum in Lyon puts up upcycled unique pieces on sale, in the frame of the exhibition Une Afrique en couleurs (Africa in colours) until August 22nd, 2021. The raw material is collected on beaches and art works are made by the social and supporting company OCEAN SOLE AFRICA located in Kenya.

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Responsible make-up in recyclable plastic-free case

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La Bouche Rouge offers a make-up range made in France, whose ingredients are sourced locally. All objects are refillable, fully recyclable and plastic free. The maison is supporting the Eau Vive Internationale association which builds wells in Togo.

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Clarins displays its sustainable commitments on top of the Grande Arche de la Défense in Paris

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Clarins presents a photographic exhibition of its producers, of its open-air laboratory where plants are grown though permaculture and views of primary forests. Since 2011, Clarins is committed in reforestation programs via Pur Projet, which has planted 470.000 trees throughout the world.

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Organic bespoke skincare for women of colour

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Epara manufactures serum, lotions, masks and oils comprising at least 95% organic components. The skincare range is exclusively created for black or dark skins.

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French-style gastronomic coffee, organic and traceable

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Since 2009, Christophe Servell(1) travels the world to find the best crus of coffee. He searches forest coffees, cultivated in agroforestry, without chemical inputs. Each batch is traceable from the agricultural farm to the cup.

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