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Leaders and Laggards

Leaders and Laggards
Leading Jewelry Retailers Urge Mining Industry to Clean Up Dirty Gold

Published: February 13, 2006

By: Earthworks

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From the press release:

The New York Times ad features a heart-shaped locket with images depicting the environmental and human toll of gold mining, and the headline "There's nothing romantic about a toxic gold mine." The ad then names both the retail jewelry "leaders," that have made in-principle commitments to sourcing more responsibly produced gold and those "laggard" companies that have not yet done so. The "laggard" retailers identified by the campaign are Rolex, JCPenney, Wal-Mart, Fred Meyer Jewelers, Whitehall Jewellers, Jostens, QVC, and Sears/Kmart.

 

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