Miss Martinique & Miss Tanzania, Miss Earth 2013 Two Black Beauties (See Video)

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The 13th edition of Miss Earth in Muntinlupa City, Philippines will feature 94 candidates from all over the world, including two black earth warriors from Martinique and Tanzania. The 20-year-old Rani Charles will represent her beautiful country of Martinique and Clara Noor will represent Tanzania for this year's pageant.

The winner of 2013 Miss Earth will serve as the Ambassador to environment protection campaigns worldwide. During her reign she will work alongside Miss Earth Organization to promise eco-tourism destination and address issues concerning the environment through street campaigns, speaking engagements, coastal clean-ups and other environmental activities.

A part of the Big Four international beauty pageants, Miss Earth is the only beauty contest that mainly focuses on promoting environmental awareness.

Miss Martinique Rani Charles

The second hottest contestant out of 94 delegates on Missosology.com, Rani Charles hails from Fort-de-France and was crowned as Miss Earth Martinique on July 27, 2013. She was Martinique Queens 2013 first runner-up and earned the Miss Earth title to represent her country on December 7 pageant in the Philippines.

It was on the same event that Julie Lebrasseur was crowned as Miss World Martinique 2013. She represented the French Caribbean country in the Miss World competition in Bali, Indonesia in which Miss Philippines Megan Young won the title.

Cindy Jolie also won in the event and was crowned as Miss Supranational Martinique. She represented her country in Minsk, Belarus in September 6, 2013 and lost the crown to Miss Philippines Mutya Datul.

Miss Tanzania Clara Noor     

Clara Noor was crowned as Miss Earth Tanzania at the conclusion of the Miss Universe Tanzania 2013. The pageant was held on September 27, 2013 at the National Museum Auditorium in Dar Es Salaam.

In her Eco-Beauty Video, Noor said that everybody in the world should come together to realize that it's time we do something about the earth because it's already in critical shape. The video also features the amazing Indian Ocean and Tanzania's majestic Kilimanjaro.