The firm has partnered with the Alliance for Responsible Mining to bring “Certified Sustainability Rated Gold” to the market.
Here’s which factors influence—and which don’t—their purchasing decisions.
Iris Van der Veken has quit while Pandora and Richemont are leaving RJC, citing the council’s soft stance on Russian companies.
The retailer joins Signet Jewelers and Brilliant Earth in refusing to purchase Russian diamonds.
Investment in infrastructure, technology and talent help India consolidate its leadership in the global diamond industry.
The company is also suspending its membership and halting financial support of the Natural Diamond Council.
Nonprofit Pure Earth is awarding Malle for her commitment to environmental protection via responsibly sourced materials.
Researchers from SSEF and the University of Zurich wanted to be able to separate the species protected by CITES from those that aren’t.
The jeweler’s new traceability focused bridal line will come with digital certificates from Sarine Technologies.
The company said it has applied to conduct diamond exploration activities in the northeastern section of the country.
Gina D’Amato joins with more than 15 years of experience in sustainable development.
The Modesto, California retailer will receive $5,000 in credits to work toward carbon neutrality.
The grading lab is accredited as an SCS Global Gem Identification Verification Provider.
Botswana will take over as chair of the Kimberley Process in 2022, with Zimbabwe serving as vice chair.
The mine-to-market program will also add a new mining area in Tanzania.
A company called Anjin is mining in Zimbabwe again, stirring up protests among area residents that resulted in 29 arrests.
It features 14 sessions over two days, preceded by a Responsible Gem Fair buying event.
The organization’s goal is to reach 100 Fairmined collections of gold products by Aug. 31, 2022.
Today, large companies mine some of the most popular colored gemstones, making it vital to examine their impact on local communities.
This includes a new Responsible Business Education Grant.
GemFair’s goal is to provide artisanal and small-scale miners with a viable, traceable path from mine to market for their diamonds.
He was the former special advisor for conflict diamonds at the U.S. State Department.
It will be for all companies that deal in lab-grown materials.
Local gallery Balefire Goods will host it from Sept. 15-16 amid other industry sourcing events in the city.
The platform, developed by Gübelin and Everledger, has also undergone a redesign.