Upcycled medal, sold for the benefit of the Goodplanet Foundation

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The House of Arthus Bertrand makes medals since 1803. Today, it recycles broken or old-fashioned jewellery in exchange for an engraved and numbered medal, whose benefits will be entirely donated to the Goodplanet Foundation.

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KENZO is launching a capsule collection made from GOTS certified cotton to support WWF

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KENZO designs essential garments from GOTS certified cotton, and will donate ten dollars pear each piece sold to the WWF in the frame of the global objective ''Tx2'', to protect wild tigers whose population has fall down to 3.200 animals in 2010.

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Responsible make-up in recyclable plastic-free case

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La Bouche Rouge offers a make-up range made in France, whose ingredients are sourced locally. All objects are refillable, fully recyclable and plastic free. The maison is supporting the Eau Vive Internationale association which builds wells in Togo.

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Carbon neutrality for all L'Oréal's sites by 2025

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L'Oréal commits for carbon neutrality of all ist sites by 2025, by switching to the use of 100% renewable energy.  The maison will allocate €150 million to address urgent social and environmental issues.

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Kering commits for biodiversity

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Kering unveils its strategy for biodiversity and commits to a net positive impact by 2025: it launches the Kering for Nature Fund to support the fashion industry’s transition to regenerative agriculture.

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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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Ruinart invents a 100% recyclable bottle case made from paper

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After more than two years of research and development, Maison Ruinart invents a second skin packaging from paper, made of wood from sustainably managed European forests. It allows to reduce the carbon footprint(*) of the packaging by 60%.

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