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Pandora, the world’s largest jewelry company, will no longer use mined diamonds

As a wildly popular gemstone, diamonds are often associated with good times. They’re often the immediate go-to for wedding bands or engagement rings and other special occasions. Yet the process of mining diamonds takes a huge toll on not only the environment, but the people tasked with their extraction. In a move towards ethical sustainability, Pandora announced it will no longer use mined diamonds. Instead, the company is turning its focus to their manufactured alternatives.

In 2019, the…

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