How to Develop a Sustainability Report (and Why You Should)

How to Develop a Sustainability Report (and Why You Should)



Are you sourcing your gold and gems responsibly? Prove it. Companies across a broad array of industries are increasingly elevating environmental, social, and governance (or ESG) practices and principles in their everyday operations. By implementing strategies that support the three pillars of sustainability—sometimes referred to as “profits, planets, and people”—these businesses are responding to demands from socially conscious employees, investors, and customers for greater corporate responsibility and accountability when it comes to such issues. The jewelry industry has embraced the underlying principles of ESG for some time. Attempts to reduce the environmental and humanitarian impacts of mining, for instance, have a long history. But some designers and retailers think the industry can—and should—do more, particularly as well-informed consumers look to companies to pro

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