IMPACT is the new sustainable fashion event from 6 to 9 September 2019 alongside Who's Next in Paris, Porte de Versailles. The event brings together all the eco-responsible actors of fashion; from the manufacturer to the consumer, via the distributor. Together, we are acting for a positive and more responsible fashion. Together we are accelerating the social and environmental transition. IMPACT is a hybrid event open to professionals and non-professionals who wish to take action for this transition. 4 days of meetings, sharing, collaboration, experiences and commitment.
IMPACT est le nouveau rendez-vous de la mode sustainable du 6 au 9 septembre 2019 aux côtés de Who’s Next à paris, porte de Versailles. L’évèment réunit tous les acteurs éco-responsables de la mode ; du fabricant au consommateur, en passant par le distributeur. Ensemble, nous agissons pour une mode positive et plus responsable. Ensemble nous accélérons la transition sociale et environnementale. IMPACT est un événement hybride ouvert aux professionnels et non professionnels qui souhaitent agir pour cette transition. 4 jours de rencontres, de partage, de collaboration, d’expériences et d’engagement.
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Between July 2016 and August 2017, 6624 km2 of forests were destroyed in the Amazon. If nothing changes, the Peruvian region of San Martin could lose most of its forests by 2050, and with them the natural foundations the province needs to ensure the well-being of its people. Facing the urgency of
Peru: more than 15.000 new trees planted in JunePlantations are underway in Peru: thousands of baby trees repopulate the forest each month thanks to Paul Mitchell's support! Last June, more than 15.000 young trees were planted in different areas of
Plantations are underway in Peru: thousands of baby trees repopulate the forest each month thanks to Paul Mitchell's support! Last June, more than 15.000 young trees were planted in different areas of the San Martin region. Months go by and almost look alike in Peru. Around 18.000 trees were planted