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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The future of luxury 2025, by Li Edelkoort

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Li Edelkoort, foundress of the trend forecasting studio Trend Union publishes "The future of luxury - 2025". Pioneer observer of sustainable luxury since the 80s, she decodes the colours, materials and shapes of tomorrow.

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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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Prada partners with Unesco to launch an ocean sustainability education programme

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Prada, in partnership with UNESCO's IOC(*) launches a four-month course of study to raise awareness among younger generations about the preservation of the oceans. The course will be delivered to students of secondary schools around the world over a period of four months, from February to May 2020.

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Kering is named for its leading effort against climate change

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For the third consecutive year, Kering is achieving a place on CDP's(*) prestigious "A List" for climate change: this organisation based in the United Kingdom supports companies and cities to disclose the environmental impact of major corporations.

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Limited edition of tableware in tribute to Mother Nature

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Alain Passard has partnered with Maison Fragile for a limited edition of illustrated tableware to pay homage to nature, where his designs are silkscreened on fine porcelain.

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Air France offsets 100% of its CO2 emissions from domestic flights, from January 1st, 2020

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From January 1st, 2020, Air France offsets 100% of its CO2 emissions from domestic flights, in mainland France, which represents 450 flights and 57,000 passengers per day.

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