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No Dirty Gold - Earthworks

No Dirty Gold is an international campaign working to ensure that gold mining operations respect human rights and the environment. The No Dirty Gold campaign …

About Us - Earthworks

May 28, 2021· Contact us. No Dirty Gold. 1612 K Street, NW, Suite 904. Washington DC 20006 USA. Telephone: (+1) 202-887-1872 ext 110. Email: [email protected] STATEMENT on …

Dirty Gold's Impacts - Earthworks

May 28, 2021· Home » Campaigns » No Dirty Gold » Dirty Gold’s Impacts In the Air, Under the Ground, Across Communities — The Pervasive Problems of Gold Mining Most consumers …

The Golden Rules - Earthworks

May 28, 2021· The Golden Rules are a set of criteria for more responsible mining. The No Dirty Gold campaign developed the Golden Rules based based on broadly accepted …

What is Dirty Gold? - Earthworks

May 06, 2021· More than 100,000 consumers want jewelry retailers to stop dirty gold. Over 100,000 individuals from countries around the world have signed the No Dirty Gold …

Retailers - Earthworks

May 28, 2021· The No Dirty Gold campaign believes retailers and manufacturers can be important allies in this campaign, and we need your help. Please add your name to the …

Water Quality - Earthworks

May 28, 2021· The top four mines that dump tailings into bodies of water account for 86% of the 180 million tonnes dumped into bodies of water each year. Those mines are: Freeport …

No Dirty Gold | Sustainability Resources | CFDA

No Dirty Gold, a project of Earthworks, is an international campaign working to ensure that gold mining operations respect human rights and the environment. The No Dirty Gold campaign seeks to educate consumers, retailers, manufacturers about the impacts of irresponsible gold mining, and to enlist their support to persuade the mining industry ...

Diamonds.net - Earthworks Reminds Consumers 'No Dirty Gold ...

Feb 11, 2014· Press Release: Just in time for Valentine’s Day, over 100 of the world’s leading jewelry retailers – including eight of the top 10 in the U.S. – have committed to more …

The Environmental Disaster That is the Gold Industry ...

Feb 14, 2014· Payal Sampat, Earthworks’ director of the No Dirty Gold campaign, wants consumers to understand the back story of the gold industry. This, she believes, would …

No Dirty Gold | Sustainability Resources | CFDA

No Dirty Gold, a project of Earthworks, is an international campaign working to ensure that gold mining operations respect human rights and the environment. The No Dirty Gold campaign seeks to educate consumers, retailers, manufacturers about the impacts of irresponsible gold mining, and to enlist their support to persuade the mining industry ...

Diamonds.net - Earthworks Reminds Consumers 'No Dirty Gold ...

Feb 11, 2014· Press Release: Just in time for Valentine’s Day, over 100 of the world’s leading jewelry retailers – including eight of the top 10 in the U.S. – have committed to more responsible metals sourcing by signing the No Dirty Gold campaign’s Golden Rules. “Dirty gold just isn’t romantic,” said Payal Sampat of Earthworks’ No Dirty Gold campaign.

Oxfam America Statement on the No Dirty Gold Campaign

Apr 28, 2008· The two organizations now seek to build on the unprecedented success of No Dirty Gold (NDG) and take on even greater challenges. EARTHWORKS will assume the management of NDG, and will continue to raise concerns about irresponsible practices at mine sites around the world as well as document progress towards best practices (see www.nodirtygold ...

No Dirty Gold: A Campaign for An Alternative Solution

In 2004, Earthworks and Oxfam America, having recognized the harm that gold mining causes, launched the No Dirty Gold consumer campaign, which is designed to engender changes in the gold mining industry. Its objective is to highlight the way in which gold is produced, from the mines through the processing plants and to call upon the mining ...

80 Jewelry Retailers Sign on to No Dirty Gold Campaign ...

Feb 15, 2012· Earthworks. Some 80 jewelry retailers from around the world, including eight of the top 10 retailers in the U.S., have committed to cleaning up dirty metals by signing the No Dirty Gold campaign's Golden Rules for more responsible metals sourcing.

EARTHWORKS - The National Center

Oct 12, 2012· Earthworks’ “No Dirty Gold Campaign” is a corporate pressure effort to stop jewelers and retailers from using minerals that Earthworks considers tainted. According to its website, “[t]he No Dirty Gold campaign aims to change the way gold is mined, bought and sold. The way it happens now, drinking water is contaminated, traditional ...

DOING SOME DIGGING - NGO condemns "dirty" gold - Canadian ...

According to the NGO’s most recent press release, “Because jewellery retailers buy the majority of gold produced worldwide, they have the power to help clean up the mining industry,” said Payal Sampat, co-director of the No Dirty Gold campaign and international campaign director for EARTHWORKS. “We applaud the leadership of these companies.

Target Signs on to the ‘No Dirty Gold’ Campaign

Mar 30, 2011· The production of one gold ring generates an average of 20 tons of mine waste, Earthworks says. Gold mining has been linked to human rights violations, forest destruction, toxic pollution, and loss of lands and livelihoods. More than 100,000 individuals have signed on to the No Dirty Gold consumer pledge, Earthworks says.

Earthworks issues new Tarnished Gold report | Mining ...

Feb 10, 2010· The report comes as Americans are expected to spend millions of dollars on new gold jewelry during Valentine’s Day — the No. 2 holiday for jewelry sales in the United States, Earthworks …

Over 180M Tons of Toxic Waste Dumped Into World’s Oceans ...

Feb 28, 2012· For more information, take a look at Earthworks and the No Dirty Gold campaign. Payal Sampat leads Earthworks’ award-winning No Dirty Gold campaign, working with communities affected by mining in a global effort to monitor and reform the mining industry.

Companies Pledge to Avoid 'Dirty' Gold - The New York Times

Dec 01, 2009· The companies all signed the No Dirty Gold campaign’s Golden Rules for sourcing gold, organized by Earthworks, a nonprofit organization.. Unlike in the diamond industry, no formal certification process exists to ensure conflict-free gold. Earthworks hopes that the No Dirty Gold coalition will help fuel the creation of such a system that “assures consumers and retailers that the gold …

100 jewelers say 'no' to dirty gold for Valentine's Day ...

Feb 11, 2014· “Dirty gold just isn’t romantic,” said Payal Sampat of Earthworks’ No Dirty Gold campaign. “Retailers don’t want consumers to associate gold jewelry with polluted rivers and child ...

How Gold Trade Fuels Modern-Day Slavery in Peru - InSight ...

Various corporate social responsibility programs exist for companies refining and selling gold, but they are voluntary, while campaigns such as the NGO Earthworks’ “No Dirty Gold” lobby retailers and consumers and demand changes in unethical mining practices. Though the outlook appears very bleak, Kepes said he remained hopeful.

No Dirty Gold - Home | Facebook

No Dirty Gold January 23, 2020 · This week, Brazilian prosecutors charged the CEO of Vale and 15 employees and auditors with homicide for their role in the # …

No Dirty Gold | Sustainability Resources | CFDA

No Dirty Gold, a project of Earthworks, is an international campaign working to ensure that gold mining operations respect human rights and the environment. The No Dirty Gold campaign seeks to educate consumers, retailers, manufacturers about the impacts of irresponsible gold mining, and to enlist their support to persuade the mining industry ...

Oxfam America Statement on the No Dirty Gold Campaign

Apr 28, 2008· The two organizations now seek to build on the unprecedented success of No Dirty Gold (NDG) and take on even greater challenges. EARTHWORKS will assume the management of NDG, and will continue to raise concerns about irresponsible practices at mine sites around the world as well as document progress towards best practices (see www.nodirtygold ...

No Dirty Gold: A Campaign for An Alternative Solution

In 2004, Earthworks and Oxfam America, having recognized the harm that gold mining causes, launched the No Dirty Gold consumer campaign, which is designed to engender changes in the gold mining industry. Its objective is to highlight the way in which gold is produced, from the mines through the processing plants and to call upon the mining ...

80 Jewelry Retailers Sign on to No Dirty Gold Campaign ...

Feb 15, 2012· Earthworks. Some 80 jewelry retailers from around the world, including eight of the top 10 retailers in the U.S., have committed to cleaning up dirty metals by signing the No Dirty Gold campaign's Golden Rules for more responsible metals sourcing.

100 jewelers say 'no' to dirty gold for Valentine's Day ...

Feb 11, 2014· “Dirty gold just isn’t romantic,” said Payal Sampat of Earthworks’ No Dirty Gold campaign. “Retailers don’t want consumers to associate gold jewelry with polluted rivers and child ...

Companies Pledge to Avoid 'Dirty' Gold - The New York Times

Dec 01, 2009· The companies all signed the No Dirty Gold campaign’s Golden Rules for sourcing gold, organized by Earthworks, a nonprofit organization.. Unlike in the diamond industry, no formal certification process exists to ensure conflict-free gold. Earthworks hopes that the No Dirty Gold coalition will help fuel the creation of such a system that “assures consumers and retailers that the gold …

DOING SOME DIGGING - NGO condemns "dirty" gold - Canadian ...

According to the NGO’s most recent press release, “Because jewellery retailers buy the majority of gold produced worldwide, they have the power to help clean up the mining industry,” said Payal Sampat, co-director of the No Dirty Gold campaign and international campaign director for EARTHWORKS. “We applaud the leadership of these companies.

Target Signs on to the ‘No Dirty Gold’ Campaign

Mar 30, 2011· The production of one gold ring generates an average of 20 tons of mine waste, Earthworks says. Gold mining has been linked to human rights violations, forest destruction, toxic pollution, and loss of lands and livelihoods. More than 100,000 individuals have signed on to the No Dirty Gold consumer pledge, Earthworks says.

Earthworks issues new Tarnished Gold report | Mining ...

Feb 10, 2010· The report comes as Americans are expected to spend millions of dollars on new gold jewelry during Valentine’s Day — the No. 2 holiday for jewelry sales in the United States, Earthworks …

Over 180M Tons of Toxic Waste Dumped Into World’s Oceans ...

Feb 28, 2012· For more information, take a look at Earthworks and the No Dirty Gold campaign. Payal Sampat leads Earthworks’ award-winning No Dirty Gold campaign, working with communities affected by mining in a global effort to monitor and reform the mining industry.

This Valentine’s Day, Say NO to Dirty Gold

Feb 12, 2014· That’s why Earthworks started the No Dirty Gold campaign to educate and encourage jewelry retailers and consumers to use their market power to pressure the mining industry to clean up its act. Over 100,000 people have signed the No Dirty Gold pledge to end destructive gold and metal mining practices.

Why We’re Saying No to Dirty Gold - Triple Pundit

Feb 13, 2014· Why We’re Saying No to Dirty Gold. Words by 3p Contributor. Feb 13, 2014. By Beth Gerstein, Co-Founder of Brilliant Earth.

Groups Call on Jewelry Industry to Combat 'Conflict ...

EARTHWORKS, Oxfam America and other groups worldwide launched the No Dirty Gold campaign in 2004 to reform the mining industry and change the way gold is produced and sold. The campaign seeks to educate consumers about the harmful impacts of gold mining, and to mobilize consumer support for more responsible mining practices.

No Dirty Gold | Edelmetallverwertung | Schmuck | Juwelier ...

No Dirty Gold ist eine Aufklärungs-Kampagne der amerikanischen Organisation Earthworks mit dem Ziel das Bewusstsein der Bevölkerung für die menschen- und umweltverachtenden Praktiken der Goldminenindustrie zu steigern. Zu den schlimmsten Folgen zählen die Vergiftung des Trinkwassers, Gefährdung der Arbeiter durch mangelnde ...