The Sustainable Fashion Glossary by Condé Nast is accessible to all

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Condé Nast launches the Sustainable Fashion Glossary, in partnership with the Centre for Sustainable Fashion, London College of Fashion, University of Arts London: this global wordbook is a commun language that will allow to harmonise the actions conducted by the fashion industry in the face of climate emergency.

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The sustainable commitments of the Plage du Martinez

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The Hotel Martinez, Green Globe Platinum certified, will open daily to the public from June 26th, in full compliance with the new legislation and the social distancing measures: it is possible to lie on a sunbed by reservation only, if available.

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Eco-responsible and autonomous luxury loft, to settle everywhere

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Ôzento builds eco-friendly and energetically self-sufficient lofts within a week: sitting on stilts, they are completely removable, without leaving traces. Raw material are recyclable and the loft exists in several sizes.

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Autonomous robot "Follow-me" for shopping

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Piaggio launches the electric mobile robot to simplify daily life: it has a 4-hour battery life, a payload of 20 kg and a top speed of 10 km/hour. It has won the "Best of the Best" distinction by the Red Dot Design Awards(*).

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Organic and eco-friendly craft bier

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Bulles de Provence produces organic bier, from high quality cereals and hop. It is brewed with the pure water of the Verdon and the buildings use green technologies.

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Autonomous clock, that charges through temperature fluctuations

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Jaeger Lecoultre reissues the Atmos clock, that charges autonomously through temperature fluctuations. The energy consumption of a 15-watt electric light bulb is equivalent to the needs of sixty million near-perpetual clocks.

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Conversation with Anthony Bechu, forward-thinking and committed architect

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Founded in 1920, the architecture agency Anthony Bechu is today runned by the grandchildren of the founder, and his two daugters, Clémence and Aliénor. Since the 1950s, the agency's achievements already included bioclimatic principles and nature. It is today biomimicry(*) which inspires its projects, as much as possible. Conversation with Anthony Bechu.

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