This reflects the driving vocation of the Klorane Botanical Foundation, in its concern for the fragility of botanical resources. This is why, since its very beginning, it has been committed to essential work for the preservation and reintroduction of endangered species. It drives this objective in association with many conservatoires and botanical gardens throughout France, especially the National Botanical Conservatoire in Brest. On Madeira, Normania triphylla (Lowe) Lowe, an endemic plant species that had disappeared a century before, was reintroduced to the island. This is living proof of the foundation's protective actions. The Klorane Botanical Foundation continues its objective to safeguard species by acting to help Calendula maritima Guss., a plant that is endemic to Sicily and in critical danger of extinction.
The Klorane Botanical Foundation also work in partnership with the Conservatoire Botanique Pierre Fabre on this project. As it is particularly concerned with saving botanical heritage, this conservatoire implements actions to preserve endangered plant species throughout the world. It was the first private French organisation to receive approval from CITES (agreement on the international trade of endangered fauna and flora species).