Kering launches a free masterclass about biodiversity on May 27th, 2020

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In partnership with the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and CO, Kering launches a masterclass about biodiversity which objectives are to raise awareness and to inform businesses about their environmental impact and the most effective ways to mitigate it.

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To sponsor a cocoa, grown in agroforestry

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Thierry Mulhaupt's 14,000-tree plantation located in Colombia, includes orange, lemon, avocado, banana, mango, mandarin, guava, coconut, rambutan trees and pawpaws;  1,625 cocoa trees were put to earth in April 2019 and the maison plans to plant 5,300 new cocoa trees and Brazilian teak trees.

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The blue Rosé of Saint-Tropez commits against plastic pollution

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The master wine-growers of the Saint-Tropez peninsula support Plastic Ocean International, by donating money, in order that each bottle sold stops a hundred plastic bottles to reach the oceans.

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Marseille soap cooked to the cauldron

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Fer à Cheval redesigns its iconic cube into sliced soaps: made by traditional standards in a cauldron, it is extra pure, hypoallergenic, without adding fragrances, colourings or preservatives. Luxury detail, both faces of each slice are stamped.

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CHANEL commits itself for the climate

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CHANEL is committed to complying with the targets of the Paris Agreements signed in 2015, by taking four engagements. The maison will also support other companies to take similar commitments, to  tackle climate change.

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Sustainability enters the debate at the Luxury and creation Summit

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Red thread of the 18th Luxury and Creation Summit, the "creative upheaval" allowed to inventory the far-reaching modifications that force luxury to reinvent itself. Several round tables have shifted the lines and luxury has demonstrated its capacity for resilience and innovation, by opening itself up to sustainability.

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Bunches of edible flowers to offer or to cook

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Fleurivore creates eatable bunches of flowers, sold with a recipe and a botanical drawing, detailing the edible part of the plant: the flowers are sourced locally and without chemicals.

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