1. Pandora says laboratory-made diamonds are forever  BBC News
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  3. Pandora to sell only lab-made diamonds  Financial Times
  4. Jeweler Pandora Takes Ethical Stand Against Mined Diamonds  Bloomberg
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The world's biggest jeweller says it will no longer use mined diamonds in a bid to become more sustainable.The world's biggest jeweller says it will no longer use mined diamonds in a bid to become more sustainable.

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Pandora, which makes more pieces of jewelry than any other company in the world, will stop using mined diamonds as part of a broader strategy to drop raw materials associated with unethical production methods. Despite decades of reform, the global jewelry market remains tainted by reports of human rights abuses at mines and factories. To address such concerns, Tiffany & Co. last year started providing customers with details of newly sourced, individually registered diamonds that trace a stone’s path all the way back to the mine. Pandora, which is based in Copenhagen, said on Tuesday it will now only use diamonds manufactured in laboratories. The company is set to release its first collection using lab-made stones in the UK, and will turn to other markets in 2022.Pandora, which makes more pieces of jewelry than any other company in the world, will stop using mined diamonds as part of a broader strategy to drop raw materials associated with unethical production methods. Despite decades of reform, the global jewelry market remains tainted by reports of human rights abuses at mines and factories. To address such concerns, Tiffany & Co. last year started providing customers with details of newly sourced, individually registered diamonds that trace a stone’s path all the way back to the mine. Pandora, which is based in Copenhagen, said on Tuesday it will now only use diamonds manufactured in laboratories. The company is set to release its first collection using lab-made stones in the UK, and will turn to other markets in 2022.

World’s biggest jewellery maker will no longer use mined diamonds

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Pandora (PNDORA.CO), the jewellery maker best know for its silver charm bracelets, will stop selling mined diamonds and focus on more affordable, sustainable, lab-grown gems, it said on Tuesday.Pandora (PNDORA.CO), the jewellery maker best know for its silver charm bracelets, will stop selling mined diamonds and focus on more affordable, sustainable, lab-grown gems, it said on Tuesday.

Carbon copy? Pandora takes a shine to lab-made diamonds | Reuters

If you love the look of diamonds but hate the price, take a look at Pandora's brand new lab-grown diamonds. They're sustainable, more affordable and technically identical to traditional diamonds.Genuine diamonds that are more affordable *and* conscious.

Pandora Launches Lab-Grown Diamonds: See The Collection | Glamour UK

AsiaOne has launched EarthOne, a new section dedicated to environmental issues — because we love the planet and we believe science. Find articles like this there. "Diamonds are not only forever, but for everyone," Pandora Chief Executive Alexander Lacik said as the Danish company launched a new collection of man-made stones. Pandora, which made 85 million pieces of jewellery last... AsiaOne has launched EarthOne, a new section dedicated to environmental issues — because we love the planet and we believe science. Find articles like this there. "Diamonds are not only forever, but for everyone," Pandora Chief Executive Alexander Lacik said as the Danish company launched a new collection of man-made stones. Pandora, which made 85 million pieces of jewellery last...

Pandora to stop selling mined diamonds; shines a light on lab-made ones instead, World News - AsiaOne

Jewellery maker Pandora has today reported a better-than-expected quarterly operating profit, as consumer demand was fuelled by strong online sales and stimulus packages in the US.Jewellery maker Pandora has today reported a better-than-expected quarterly operating profit, as consumer demand was fuelled by strong online sales and stimulus packages in the US.

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Copenhagen-based jewellery maker will now only use lab-grown carbon gemsCopenhagen-based jewellery maker will now only use lab-grown carbon gems

Pandora drops mined diamonds