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colored gemstone mining.
Colored gemstone mining is largely unregulated, which leads to dangerous working conditions and child labor. Small children are made to crawl into tight spaces that adults can't reach, putting their safety at risk. Learn more
Colored gemstone mining often results in water pollution, deforestation, and soil erosion, leading to the destruction of regional ecosystems. Proper planning and management are necessary to prevent and reverse these devastating environmental consequences. Learn more
Colored gemstone mining supports the totalitarian military regime in Myanmar, the country formerly known as Burma. The nation's mines are under military control, resulting in extortion, dangerous working conditions, forced labor, and child labor. Learn more
In September, President Obama lifted a longstanding U.S. ban on the import of rubies and jade from Myanmar, the country formerly known as Burma.... Read More
A diamond-mining village in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has a new source of clean water, thanks to the generosity of the Brilliant Earth... Read More
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