Pandora Jewelry Made with Recycled Metal by Mid-2024

Beating its target by a year, the Danish company Pandora expects to source only recycled gold and silver by mid-2024.

Pandora is considered the largest jewelry company in volume of products sold. Last year 97% of its gold and silver were from recycled sources, and the company has made rapid progress on the goal it set back in 2020.

In another important step towards sustainability, Pandora already only uses lab-grown diamonds.


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New Jersey Tripled Plastic Use After Bag Ban

The ban on single-use plastic bags in New Jersey has proven unfriendly to the environment, nearly tripling the amount of plastic used in the state.

Stores may be reluctant to let go of the rule, despite its problems, because the bag-selling business has actually proven quite lucrative for them.


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Is Shein’s Fast Fashion Sustainable?

Chinese company Shein has rapidly taken over as the world’s largest fast fashion company, raking in about $100 billion in sales last year.

Its merchandise is made by thousands of small suppliers in China, and consumers in the United States and Europe make up most of its market.  While many are enamored by Shein’s cute and cheap offerings, others are sounding the alarm about the ethics of its practices.


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Amazon’s Drone Delivery Off to a Slow Start

For a decade, Amazon has looked towards the day it could officially launch its Prime Air drone delivery service.

Last month the highly anticipated plan was launched, but as of early February 2023, packages had been delivered to only seven houses in the two test cities in California and Texas, lagging far behind Walmart’s drone delivery partners Flytrex and Zipline, and Wing’s drone service.


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