Pandora plans to build a new jewelry-crafting facility in Vietnam that will enable it to expand the business and meet increasing consumer
Image: Cordelia Ring – Juna Fae With a sustainable collection, three sisters want to shake up the European diamond market.
Natural diamonds are going beyond climate change to deliver on a broader concept of social and environmental impact. By David Kellie, CEO
Image: Mercury Free Mining – Alliance for Responsible Mining The Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has awarded a $50,000 grant to help
Reduce, reuse, recycle. Even though nearly five decades have passed since the catchy slogan was coined at the dawn of the environmental
The brand Pandora has decided to abandon diamonds from mines and use only synthetic stones, made in a laboratory. But is the
Image: Aether © Each carat produced by Aether removes 20 tons of greenhouse gas from the sky, entrepreneurs say.
ALROSA was ranked No. 6 in the first rating of environmental responsibility of Russian companies prepared by Forbes magazine. ALROSA ranks first
For years, lab-grown diamond sellers habitually dubbed their products sustainable and eco-friendly. However, in 2019, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) sent letters
Despite the fact that the diamond industry took three body blows from the COVID-19 pandemic, there are clear reasons for hope.