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Salmon Gold™ Enters Supply Chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple

In Salmon Gold's initial phase, RESOLVE worked with an Alaskan placer miner and government agencies to test stream restoration methods, process recovered gold, and establish a chain-of-custody for the first batch of Salmon Gold from the mine to manufacturers, which is now in the supply chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple.

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Salmon Gold™ Enters Supply Chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple

In Salmon Gold's initial phase, RESOLVE worked with an Alaskan placer miner and government agencies to test stream restoration methods, process recovered gold, and establish a chain-of-custody for the first batch of Salmon Gold from the mine to manufacturers, which is now in the supply chains of Tiffany & Co. and Apple.

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Ethical Electronics – Starting at the Source

I saw a story that ran on October 6th in The Observer (London) with the title “Is there an ethical laptop?” The author, Lucy Siegle, raises a number of questions about ethical consumption and production—looking at electronics in particular.

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Rio +20 – Looking at the Past and the Road Ahead

Did anything important happen at the Earth Summit—also known as Rio+20—a couple of weeks ago? Was it worth the expenditure of money, time and energy?

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Certification Assessment releases final report

On behalf of the committee, RESOLVE just released a consensus report, Toward Sustainability; the press release details the findings of the report.

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Towards Responsible Mineral Development – GEMM 2020

Glenn Sigurdson and his team at the Beedie School of Business at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver gathered over 140 leaders from around the world to take stock of progress to date on the question of what is “responsible” and think about how to take this agenda forward.

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Innovation and Leadership

It takes innovation and leadership to re-incentivize a supply chain to eliminate the potential for conflict minerals.

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Voluntary Governance

Yesterday’s blog post on a new RESOLVE pilot project highlights one example of voluntary collaboration among businesses to develop tools for addressing urgent environmental and social challenges.

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New RESOLVE Solutions Network Program

RESOLVE is pleased to announce the launch of a new pilot project—the Conflict-Free Smelter (CFS) Early Adopters Fund. This Fund, initiated by Intel, HP and GE, is designed to support responsible minerals sourcing by encouraging smelters and refineries (smelters) to become early-adopters of the CFS Program, which seeks to end supply chain support for the sale of illicit minerals from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the surrounding region.

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Joint Fact-Finding Builds Consensus, Makes Partners Out of Adversaries

RESOLVE was pleased to welcome Masahiro Matsuura, Professor at the University Of Tokyo Graduate School Of Public Policy, to our Washington, DC offices last week to share insights on an important mediation technique known as joint fact-finding (JFF).

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Collaboration Inside

In a recently released White Paper Intel recounts the history of its response, to date, to the challenge of conflict minerals potentially entering its supply chain.

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Responsible Mineral Development Initiative

For those interested in sustainable development and mining the new report announced at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos is worth a read.

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