As a social enterprise, Levin Sources is committed to clean growth and to going beyond compliance in relation to our environmental and social performance. Today, we are encouraging other companies and organisations to do the same by unveiling our Environmental Policy.
read how listening to the miners’ motivations for choosing ASM, and witnessing the daily risks they face, leads Chloe Jacot to question if prevalent notions of ‘responsible sourcing’ are properly inclusive of artisanal mining communities.
Grania Cooke shares what she learnt about working for a sustainable mining consultancy during her Summer 2019 work experience.
Insights from the Nairobi forum, including the latest coloured gemstone jewellery trends, the challenges and success of value addition, and the status of efforts to improve gender equality and environmental management in the sector.
We provide guidance to jewellers on how to approach product circularity and operational circularity in the final instalment of our series on circularity in jewellery.
Learn about sustainable jewellery design, from the creative process to the choice of materials, in the second part of our Circularity in Jewellery series.
How should a large mine best manage risks arising from Artisanal and Small-scale Mining? Here is how we approach it at Levin Sources.
Learn about how jewellers can build circularity into their operations and product lifecycle in the first instalment of a three parts series.
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.
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.
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.