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Comment by Melissa Miles on June 19th, 2019 at 7:59 pm

Hi Dr. Frank Kaufmann,

I hope you’re having a wonderful day.

Are you still open for suggestion on your ‘Diamond’ article?

I saw this section and immediately thought of sharing this guide about ethical and conflict-free consumer choices called “A Guide To Buying Ethical & Conflict-Free Jewellery”. It highlights many valuable information such as:

– a good introduction to ethical jewellery and conflict-free production practices to educate readers and help raise awareness on the importance of responsible and conscious consumer choices.
– the impact of conflict minerals and how ‘conflict diamonds’ fuel violence, widespread corruption, and use of child labor. How unethical mining practices contribute to the destruction of the local environment and the plight of mining communities worldwide.
– useful tips and advice on finding and buying jewellery from ethically sourced and transparent supply chains. For example, buyers can consult The Responsible Jewellery Council’s website to find suppliers that comply with the best business standards when it comes to ethical production.
– other resources and information to help you make greener and more conscious choices when it comes to jewellery and other precious minerals.

Feel free to check the guide below:

A Guide To Buying Ethical & Conflict-Free Jewellery

I thought you might find this guide worth checking out. Can you take a look at the guide and consider adding it on your page as well? It contains helpful information that could be beneficial if shared with your readers.

Let me know if you get the chance to check it out!


Melissa Miles
Digital Consultant
Content | Research | Media Planning
email: digitalconsultantmelissamiles@gmail.com

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Comment by Jennifer Tanabe on June 21st, 2019 at 1:53 pm

Thank you, Meiissa, for your comment. I will add your resource to our article. Thanks for the suggestion!

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