Fashion accessories made from upcycled water bottles and packagings

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Thu Nguyen Merer designs stylish hand bags, jewels, wallet, clutch and totebags by upcycling fruit juice packagings, papers,water bottles and scrap leather: her hand crafted pieces are manufactured by women cooperatives in the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

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Sustainable luxury huts in Namibia

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Omaanda comes from the word "rhinoceros" in Oshiwambo(*), as the lodges are settled in the heart of the Zannier Reserve by N/a’an ku sê, in the savannah North of Windhoek in Namibia. A rhino and elephant's hospital has been built, funded by the Jolie-Pitt Foundation.

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Russian organic cosmetics, from wild harvests in Siberia

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Natura Siberica makes organic cosmetics, from wild herbs hand-picked in Siberia, which contain active protective ingredients and powerful anti-oxidant characteristics. The healthcare products are BDIH, ECOCERT, COSMOS et ICEA(*) certified.

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Escape game whose mission is to limit global warming to 2°C

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Gaïactica is an escape game in which the public, in orbit around the earth, has to make political decisions in the areas of energy, constructionand nutritional fields, in order to limit the global warming to 2°C (3.6° F). To be played by three to six players, for audience from twelve years of age.

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Luxury teas made from native plants in South-Africa

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Yswara founder's Swaady Martin creates tea blends from hand-picked wild plants from southern Africa. Fair trade and respect for her employees are the basis of her brand whose motto is: "I am because we are".

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Vogue commits to adopting a charter of values, signed by its teams worldwide

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Vogue has performed an audit and produced a charter of sustainable values, adopted by the twenty six editions and signed by each editor in chief with his own name; the group will communicate numeral targets in January 2020.

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Recyclable and responsible bridalwear

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Lee Klabin creates sustainable bridalwear, intended to be disassembled into chic dresses, throws and jackets. They are designed with longevity in mind in order to avoid them to be cast away in a box collecting dust the day after.

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