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Defining responsible gemstone mining: are we listening to the artisanal miners enough?

Defining responsible gemstone mining: are we listening to the artisanal miners enough?

September 24, 2019, by Chloe Jacot; edited by Angela Jorns

 

Part 1: How can jewellery be circular?

Part 1: How can jewellery be circular?

June 27, 2019, by Estelle Levin-Nally and Danielle Keller Aviram

Learn about how jewellers can build circularity into their operations and product lifecycle in the first instalment of a three parts series.

Child Labour in Mining: What Have We Learned?

Child Labour in Mining: What Have We Learned?

June 12, 2019, by Fabiana Di Lorenzo and Blanca Racionero Gómez

This World Day against Child Labour, we look at the difficulties with ending child labour in the often-informal ASM sector and Levin Sources' work in the sector.

Ethical and bespoke: how to create jewellery that doesn’t cost the earth

Ethical and bespoke: how to create jewellery that doesn’t cost the earth

May 31, 2019, by Jane Barnett and Lucie Goulet

Join Jane Barnett on her journey to create a pair of ethical and bespoke handmade orange sapphire earrings and an aquamarine and sapphire pendant she will treasure forever.

ASM Formalisation: Mongolia’s five ingredients for success

ASM Formalisation: Mongolia’s five ingredients for success

May 15, 2019, by Estelle Levin-Nally and Chloe Jacot

Available now: “Forest-Smart Mining: identifying good and bad practices of artisanal and small-scale mining in forest landscapes”

Available now: “Forest-Smart Mining: identifying good and bad practices of artisanal and small-scale mining in forest landscapes”

May 10, 2019, by Estelle Levin-Nally and Blanca Racionero Gomez

Levin Sources has been working to identify and analyse good and bad practices of artisanal and small-scale mining in forest landscapes in order to find opportunities for positive intervention.

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