Four More Jewelers Pledge Not to Use Dirty Gold



Four jewelry companies announced Thursday their concern over destructive gold mining, and their support for cleaner sources of gold and precious metals. Robbins Brothers, Meghan Connolly Haupt, D.NEA and Bario Neal have joined the nation’s leading jewelry companies in signing the No Dirty Gold campaign’s Golden Rules for responsible sourcing of precious metals.

The list of Golden Rules signatories now includes 70 jewelry companies representing over $14 billion in annual U.S. jewelry sales, or nearly a quarter of total U.S. jewelry sales.