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What is meant by "dirty gold"?

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Asked by Joseph Chacko, 31 May '10 11:22 pm
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Dirty" gold could be a reference to gold which is not produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way. This might include references made by pressure groups, mainly NGOs (non-governmental organisations) such as Earthworks and Oxfam USA, who aim to promote improvements in the social and environmental aspects of gold mining (often referred to as "Sustainable Development").


World Gold Council member companies take the responsible production of gold, in line with the concepts of sustainable development, very seriously and there are many strict regulations and guidelines covering the mining of gold. Member companies have robust environmental, social and ethical standards and report on these through their annual reports.

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Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 31 May '10 11:25 pm

 
  
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"Dirty" gold could be a reference to gold which is not produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way. This might include references made by pressure groups, mainly NGOs (non-governmental organisations) such as Earthworks and Oxfam USA, who aim to promote improvements in the social and environmental aspects of gold mining (often referred to as "Sustainable Development").
World Gold Council member companies take the responsible production of gold, in line with the concepts of sustainable development, very seriously and there are many strict regulations and guidelines covering the mining of gold. Member companies have robust environmental, social and ethical standards and report on these through their annual reports.
Answered by ABBY shakthi, 02 Jun '10 01:07 pm

 
  
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Gold which is not produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way.
Answered by nargis bhambi, 31 May '10 11:26 pm

 
  
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None of the initiatives that the No Dirty Gold report "The Quest for Responsible . These prices may mean greater profits for mining companies !! Dirty" gold could be a reference to gold which is not produced in an environmentally and socially responsible way!!
Answered by Oberoi, 31 May '10 11:25 pm

 
  
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Pl contact Ketan desai

pl take it jovially HHH
Answered by hitler, 31 May '10 11:22 pm

 
  
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