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17 November 2005
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Autor/in: Ben Bain, Financial Times

US retail jewellers have taken the unusual step of publicly opposing congressional legislation that would open more federal lands to mining, fearing a public backlash against gold jewellery if the industry became linked with environmentally...

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13 February 2006
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Autor/in: Oxfam America

For the first time ever, eight of the world’s top jewelry retailers have pledged to move away from “dirty” gold sales and are calling on mining corporations to ensure that gold is produced in more socially and environmentally responsible ways. The...

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11 May 2006
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Autor/in: Andrew Buncombe, Independent [UK]

Some locals say the company's [Entre Mares (part of Glamis Gold)] behaviour is so exploitative they have likened it to a new form of "colonialism" while the Honduran public prosecutor has filed an action accusing the multinational of deforestation,...

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8 June 2006
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Autor/in: Lucy Reiter, Financial Times

The Kimberley Process, an international scheme launched in 2003, has gone some way to addressing the issues [of conflict diamonds] by certifying conflict-free diamonds. However, Tom Fyans, economic relations manager at Amnesty International UK,...

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14 June 2006
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Autor/in: Kelly Patterson, Ottawa Citizen

Metals may be next on the list of consumer products guaranteed to conform to high environmental and human rights standards. Some of the biggest mining companies...including Newmont...BHP Billiton and...Falconbridge Inc., as well as retail giants...

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15 August 2006
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Autor/in: James Langman, Washington Times

...Earthworks and Oxfam America...have organized letter-writing protests and a media campaign asking jewelers not to buy gold from mines that harm the environment and nearby communities. Eight leading jewelers, including Zales, Cartier [part of...

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10 November 2006
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Autor/in: Maria Doulton, Financial Times

...The World Diamond Council is busy handing out “Conflict Diamond Confidence Packs” to retailers with handy “pocket confidence” cards for tricky questions they expect the film [Blood Diamond] will generate once the words Blood Diamond are on cinema...

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10 December 2006
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9 February 2007
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