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11 December 2017

Myanmar: Cartier stops sourcing gemstones from country in response to campaign against "genocide gems"

Author: Philip Sherwell & Jon Ungoed-Thomas, The Times (UK)

"Taint of Burma's genocide gems", 10 Dec 2017...

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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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14 September 2009

Political correctness: Cartier provides a new gold standard

Author: Nicola Copping, FT

The ethical practices that the diamond industry has been obliged to apply are steadily being extended to the gold industry...In July [Cartier (part of Richemont)] announced that it had started sourcing gold from a new mining operation in Honduras,...

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9 February 2007

No Dirty Gold campaign sends 11-retailer Valentine to U.S. gold miners

Author: Dorothy Kosich, Mineweb

With Valentine’s Day approaching, the No Dirty Gold campaign has resurrected with 11 more U.S. jewelry retailers...announcing their support for more socially and environmentally responsible mining... Meanwhile, the...campaign stepped up its pressure...

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8 February 2007

Leading Retailers Pledge Their Gold Jewelry Will Sparkle Responsibly

Author: No Dirty Gold

...11 jewelry retailers are announcing their support for the No Dirty Gold campaign's Golden Rules criteria for more socially and environmentally responsible mining, bringing the total number of jewelry retailers supporting the Golden Rules up to 19.....

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10 December 2006

No Dirty Gold campaign recognises commitment to social & environmental rules by 19 jewellery sellers including Birks & Mayors, QVC, Tiffany, Wal-Mart, Zale - Target pressured to join

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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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14 November 2005

Council for Responsible Jewelry Extends Deadline

Author: Jeanette Goldman, Rapaport News

The Council for Responsible Jewellery Practices (CRJP) extended its deadline five months for stakeholders to direct the association's mission statement... CRJP said that it is particularly keen on hearing from diamond cutters and polishers, diamond...

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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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