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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Elephant's naming ceremony in the Amboseli National Park in Kenya

elephant-Kenya-small.jpgOn October 9th, 2021 will take place the twenty-seven Tembo elephants naming ceremony(*) in the Amboseli National Park in Kenya: godparents will receive an official certificate with the name given to their four-legged godchild and will get privilege access to the game reserve for one year. Naming and adopting a pachyderm costs five thousands dollars. (*) Magical Tembo Naming Festival - Photo © Kenya Tourism Board

Cartier and Kering launch the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030

Boucheron-Kering-small.jpgIn partnership with the Responsible Jewellery Council (RJC), Cartier and Kering* launch the Watch & Jewellery Initiative 2030 to unite the brands of the two business sectors around sustainable goals. All watch and jewellery maisons are welcome to be committed to strengthen resilience to climate change, to conserve natural resources and to encourage inclusion. 

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To swim with whales in Polynesia until end of October

Brando-small.jpgThe whale season will last until the end of October in French Polynesia: the hotel Le Brando organizes exclusive excursions to admire whales, where children are welcome from six years of age.

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Kering goes fur free

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Kering stops using animal fur starting from the Fall 2022 collections. Starting with Gucci in 2017, the most notably maisons like Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, Brioni and Saint Laurent, have decided to take this step. 

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Limited edition of edible sculptures made with honey from the Château de Chambord on sale from September 17, 2021

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The Pastry Chef Sébastien Gaudard has created a scupture in the form of a bee nest made with honey harvested from the park of the Château de Chambord. Named La Ruche (The Hive), it is on sale in a limited edition in Parisian shops of the Pastry Chef.

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