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11 February 2004

New Consumer Campaign Targets One of the World's Dirtiest Industries: Gold Mining

Author: Earthworks/Mineral Policy Center and Oxfam America

"We're asking consumers to consider the real cost of gold, and we're enlisting their help to put an end to mining practices that endanger people and ecosystems." [refers to Cartier (part of Richemont), Piaget (part of Richemont), Wal-Mart, Zale,...

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30 March 2004

Broken Vows: Diamond Jewellery Retailers Fall Short on Conflict Diamond Pledge

Author: Global Witness

Major United States...and international retailers selling diamond jewellery are falling short on their promises to combat the trade in conflict diamonds...Out of 30 companies, 25 have failed to respond to Global Witness in writing about their policies...

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30 March 2004

full report: "Broken Vows - Exposing the 'Loupe' Holes in the Diamond Industry's Efforts to Prevent the Trade in Conflict Diamonds"

Author: Global Witness

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30 March 2004

New Global Witness report says diamond retailers falling short on conflict diamond pledge

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1 February 2005
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1 February 2005
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Author: Greenpeace International

Les résultats confirment que plusieurs [produits chimiques]...sont très largement utilisés par l’industrie du parfum. Ceci suggère que l’usage régulier de la plupart des parfums du commerce contribue de manière substantielle à l’exposition quotidienne...

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14 February 2005

Gold Jewelry - World's Dirtiest Valentine's Gift?

Author: Jim Lobe, Inter Press Service

Marking the second anniversary of their "No Dirty Gold" campaign, EARTHWORKS and Oxfam America are reminding consumers that the production of a single 18-carat gold ring weighing less than one ounce generates on average at least 20 tonnes of mine...

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5 July 2005

[DOC] Jewellery Industry Acts to Promote Responsible Practices - From Mine to Retail

Author: Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices

Companies from a cross section of the diamond and gold jewellery business have come together to form the Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices (CRJP). [members: ABN AMRO, BHP Billiton, Cartier (part of Richemont), World Jewellery Confederation,...

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5 July 2005
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Author: Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices

Les membres du Conseil sont convaincus qu'une approche concertée et mondiale est le meilleur moyen pour faire face aux problématiques éthiques, sociales et environnementales de la filière joaillière et pour soutenir une démarche de progrès continu au...

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5 July 2005

The Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices

Council Members are committed to promoting responsible business practices in a transparent and accountable manner through the industry from mine to retail. [founding members: ABN AMRO, BHP Billiton, Cartier (part of Richemont), World Jewellery...

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