Levin Sources launches two reports, ‘Follow the Money: Mongolia’ and ‘Follow the Money: The Philippines’, providing a nuanced first-look at how stakeholders can better understand and respond to the role gold supply chains and financial flows play in formalisation efforts in Mongolia and the Philippines.
We are excited to share a brand new publication - part of a three-part series analysing the minerals behind the so-called green economy. In Part One, we look at the rise of Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs), Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs), and Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) and the minerals they require.
Fair Luxury, of which Levin Sources is a co-founder, is an agent of change, a ‘not-for-profit’ group of committed volunteers, where our aim is to create a platform for independent discussion and not a manifesto. The selling exhibition is a unique opportunity to purchase and learn more about the story of a piece of jewellery from source to wearer – the materials, people, processes involved from the mine to beautifully crafted object.
Estelle Levin-Nally, Director of Levin Sources, recently appeared on 'Business Focus' on Cambridge TV. While there, she discussed Artisanal and Small-scale Mining (ASM), the company's role in mineral sector development, and how actors in both the public and private sectors can make positive impacts.
We are keen to inspire the next generation of responsible mining, sourcing and mineral sector development changemakers through our internship scheme. Our first-ever intern, Ella, documented her experience with us in this blog.
After seven years at the forefront of responsible mining and sourcing, we decided to invest more time and energy into communicating our value, so that we can use it as a vehicle to achieve ours’ and our clients’ goals.
A first hand exploration of the challenges artisanal miners face in their bid to formalise – including licenses, legalities and large scale mining
Rather than vilifying individual companies or refiners, we must concretise changes that will promote transparency. This blog is part of the series Follow The Money: How to Formalise the Gold Sector.
The intended outcome of Section 1502 was to limit the potential for the extraction, transportation, and trade of ‘conflict minerals’, namely tin, tungsten, tantalum and gold (3TGs), to fund conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo in Africa’s Great Lakes Region. President-Elect Donald Trump has pledged to repeal it.
A Latin American case study of the victims of illegality - including miners, women, children, and the environment.
Notes from the Field is a blog series presenting snapshots and reflections on current events related to the world of conflict minerals, artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM), and responsible sourcing. ELL’s Staff and Associates span the world, residing across nearly all continents.
An examination of smuggled gold, the incentives that drive it, and some potential solutions to widespread laundering.