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The brand will donate 25 percent of profits from tourmaline jewelry sales to Earth Alliance.
The nonprofit granted five students in Canada’s Northwest Territories $5,000 scholarships, its first effort in the region.
Marie-Chantal Kaninda is leaving the position after a little over two years to pursue another opportunity.
Diamondoodles’ Hannah Becker and Noelle Habib Gems are selling Brazilian colored stones to raise money for Amazon Watch.
Deputy Executive Director Ian Rowe will take the reins on Sept. 2 when founding Executive Director Dorothée Gizenga steps down to take a new position at DDI.
The Canadian government is giving the company $500,000 to see if it can reproduce its results on a larger scale.
The “Moving Giants” project will move 200 elephants from overcrowded South Africa to a spacious national park in Mozambique.
Gem Legacy, the recently created nonprofit aimed at advocating for East African mining communities, has created a leadership council.
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