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14 February 2011

Jeweler Opposition to Bristol Bay Gold Grows [USA]

Author: Tilde Herrera, GreenBiz.com

More than 50 jewelers, including Tiffany & Co., Zale Corp., and Jostens, have now signed on to a campaign launched in 2008 to boycott gold from a controversial mining project in Alaska's Bristol Bay watershed...The U.S. Environmental Protection...

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10 February 2010

Report evaluates jewelers progress in promoting socially and environmentally responsible mining – 60 firms endorse principles for ethical sourcing

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10 February 2010

[PDF] Tarnished Gold: Assessing the jewelry industry’s progress on ethical sourcing of metals

Author: Earthworks

This report is an evaluation of the efforts made by jewelers towards responsible sourcing of precious metals. It is based on responses to a survey sent to the jewelers that had signed on to the Golden Rules by mid-February 2009 and to other large...

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6 March 2006

Statement of Jostens in response to No Dirty Gold campaign call to adopt social & environmental standards for gold sourcing

Author: Jostens

Jostens believes it conducts its business in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. Jostens will evaluate if additional action is appropriate.

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13 February 2006

Eight of the World’s Leading Jewelry Retailers Urge Mining Industry To Clean Up 'Dirty' Gold - No Dirty Gold campaign applauds jewelry industry leaders on Valentine’s Day

Author: 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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13 February 2006

Letter to Jewelry Retailer "Laggards" from the No Dirty Gold Campaign

Author: No Dirty Gold Campaign

...[T]he No Dirty Gold campaign [has] identified your company as "lagging behind" on making commitments to supporting reform of the gold-mining industry... Through numerous letters we have raised with you our concerns about the serious human rights...

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1 November 2005

2005 Annual Public Report

Author: Fair Labor Association

The FLA's 2005 Annual Public Report provides the public with an impartial, detailed look into what 28 diverse companies have done in the past year to improve the working conditions in the factories where they produce around the world. [refers to Fair...

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1 November 2005

Fair Labor Association annual report finds more violations at apparel & footwear suppliers, but says rise may be due to better monitoring

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1 August 2004

Fair Labor Association report covers working conditions at 25 companies incl. Nike, Patagonia, adidas-Salomon, Eddie Bauer, Reebok, Liz Claiborne

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1 August 2004

full report: "Fair Labor Association Year Two Annual Public Report"

Author: Fair Labor Association

[refers to Fair Labor Association (FLA) participating companies: adidas-Salomon, Eddie Bauer, GEAR for Sports, Liz Claiborne, Reebok, Nordstrom, Nike, Patagonia, Phillips-Van Heusen and Zephyr-Graf-X. Also to FLA category B licensees, which commit to...

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