Supportive organic cosmetics made with shea butter of Benin

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Karethic  offers a range of cosmetics made with shea butter, moringa, baobab and argan tree of Benin. The brand is organic and cruelty free certified and has been approved Supportive Business with Social Value(*) in 2016.

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Organic gin made in Scottland

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The Botanist gin is a fully natural gin made from endemic plants from the Inner Hebrides, off Scotland.

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When China goes green

N-Bastianelli-small.jpgNathalie Bastianelli has been living in China for several years: today she publishes a book Quand la Chine s'éveille verte (When China goes green) where she presents a country in transition, who has made the shift to sustainable development for several years, with a speed only it holds the secret of.

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The atoll of the Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives is declared Hope Spot

atoll-laamu-small.jpgThe atoll of Laamu, on which is settled the Six Senses resort has been declared Hope Spot by Mission Blue, founded by the American oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle. The international non-profit organization aims to help to the protection of at least 30% of the surface of the oceans by 2030, whereas it was only 1% in 2009.

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Visit of the cellars of an organic champagne house, using sign language

champagne-de-sousa-small.jpgThe De Sousa champagne is organic and biodynamic certified. The brand has put online videos describing the manufacturing process of its champagne in sign language and will offer guided visits of its cellars also in sign language from Summer 2022.

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Sculpted biodegradable Ruinart's second skin case for magnum bottle, in a limited edition

Ruinart-magnum-second-skin-small.jpgFor the festive season, Ruinart offers twenty magnum bottles of Champagne in a limited and numbered edition, whose second skin packagings have been sculpted by the artist Antonin Anzil. Each piece depicts a part of the historic vineyard that has just been converted to agroforestry.

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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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