Little Stories About Bamboo

One moon after another

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One moon after another

One moon after another Leonore Adores Bamboo is his assets, even in the panties. Every month it starts again, and Leonore is still surprised. It happens that she feels a distance between herself and the world, between her and her gestures, between her and her. One shift, one step aside. Not quite there, without it being elsewhere or present to something else. No. Simply an impression that holds her back. That day she strives, she forces herself a little, and then sometimes she remembers: she counts the days, looks at the moon, and she smiles: They are the ones who...

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10 things that Leonore no longer throws away!

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10 things that Leonore no longer throws away!

Do we have to deprive ourselves of comfort to go into decay mode? Léonore offers you to reduce your plastic impact and reduce your waste without decreasing your well-being. 1. Plastic straws Plastic straws, who has never used them ? For Lulu's birthday, Nana's cocktail party with the whole smala, or Jules ' Wedding, which Jim didn't attend.... Not to mention the bars and restaurants that, until recently, did not dare to do without. Fortunately things are changing and the wind is turning: Vancouver, as some cities in the United States have already acted in this direction by banning straws...

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For an ecology of the globalized mind.

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For an ecology of the globalized mind.
We believe intimately that a sensible global economy can co-exist with all parts of the world, without a priori. Indeed, our approach was born of the inherently contradictory nature of humanity. Our aim is to combine eco-responsible thinking with a globalised market, in order to provide lasting solutions to such challenges as ecology and poverty.

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A bag full of assets

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A bag full of assets

Bamboo charcoal

Called "black diamond", it has an absorption capacity much greater than charcoal thanks to the walls of its microscopic cavities: it is not only able to absorb what must be, but to make it if necessary.It is further recognized for its medicinal properties and is widely used in cosmetics.

                           

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The possible History of the Panda and Bamboo.

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The possible History of the Panda and Bamboo.

Panda of China, with its airs of large stuffed animal, is part of the bear family, and it therefore has, like its cousins, the genomeof acarnivorous: however, the Giant Panda is known for its exclusive consumption of bamboo. According to the researchers, it does not haveno enzyme known to digestcellulose, A major ingredient in bamboo.

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