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Chloé Lepeltier - Conscious By Chloé

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Happy Thursday! What are you up to these days?

I've been keeping a list of amazing initiatives and art projects related to sustainability that I've had the chance to discover here in France over the past year and I think it's time to share it with you:

  • Dominique Loreau is the author who opened my mind to the benefits of a simpler life, her book L'Art de la Simplicité was translated into English!

  • French singer Suzane released a catchy pop song (with English subtitles) which talks about how we broke the planet in beautiful words and images.

  • Pixetik, a French ethical product placement company, is genius!

  • American fashionistas' favorite French brand Sézane has an impressive sustainability program.

  • France is considering the implementation of the labeling of clothing with their environmental rating!

  • Wow, this photo series by French photograher Dom Daher of outdoor athletes posing in waste treatment facilities is quite striking!

  • L'Effondrement (Collapse) is a riveting French TV series (with English subtitles) which starts on the day the last drop of gas has been sold and gas stations start shutting down.

  • And to put a smile on your face, check out this interview of 83 years old naturopath Irène Grosjean (with English and Spanish subtitles).

  • Zero Waste France has developed the very first free online training on zero waste (available in English).

  • La Maison du Zéro Déchet (a shop, conference and workshop space, and the headquarters of Zero Waste France) is high on my list for my next trip to Paris.

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Any Frenchies in the house? What have I missed?