Modern Diamond Mining
“Correcting the Common Misconceptions about Diamond Mining”
There are common misconceptions that mining is often associated with - Diamond Mining is a significantly evolved industry today. The rising awareness of the collective socio-economic and environmental footprint of diamond mines across the world is shedding a new light on the reality of diamond mining today.
We aim to clarify these misconceptions in this article.
Take a look at this video that explains the reality of diamond mining:
For more information, you are welcome to read NDC (Natural Diamond Council)'s sustainability report here.
NDC is a council comprised of seven members that represent approximately 75% of the world's rough diamond production. The NDC and its members are fully committed to supporting the sustainable development of the diamond sector from mine to market.
We created the perfect guide to illustrate the difference between Natural and Lab-Grown Diamonds. The major misconception is that Lab-Grown Diamonds are better for the environment compared to natural diamonds - FALSE.
Modern Diamond Mining techniques are advanced in ensuring that carbon emissions are minimized and actions are taken with sustainable development as paramount. "The CVD process in creating Lab-Grown Diamonds emits 70% more carbon into the atmosphere as compared to diamond mining practices" (NDC, 2020).
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