Tag Archives: responsible sourcing
Even though I am disappointed that more progress has not been made to re-define the standards of the Kimberley Process (especially with a US representative as chair) at least the public is able to hear direct statements from Gillian Milovanovic, who … Continue reading
You’ve waited long enough! The Source4Style and IOU Project’s “DIY with IOU Sustainable Design Contest’s winning garment by Linhardt is finally up for sale on fab.com. Linhardt rarely works in the garment medium so here’s your chance to scoop up … Continue reading
Yale: Enviorment 360 reports with this great article on How a Gold Mining Boom is Killing the Children of Nigeria.
To continue with our tradition of supporting girls’ education, Linhardt Design has committed to donate proceeds from custom and ready-made jewelry sales to sponsor two more girls via Kenya Education Fund, through the entire course of their education. We welcome … Continue reading
Members of the Kimberley Process are set to meet in the DR Congo in November, however, certain non-governmental organizations (NGOs), which include KP participants and observers and the KP’s Civil Society Coalition, have announced today that they are boycotting the … Continue reading
The new Kimberley Process Chair, Mathieu Lapfa Lambang Yamba of the Democratic Republic of Congo has apparently approved the export of controversial rough diamond exports from Zimbabwe’s Mbada and Canadile fields. As a representative of a country plagued with a … Continue reading