On November 15th we celebrate World Gold Day and present you our unique Charity bee pendant before. This special piece of jewelry made from recycled 18 carat gold not only symbolizes our commitment to sustainable and ethical gold management, but also offers the opportunity to support the important work of the Earthbeat Foundation.
World Gold Day Special:The Charity Bee Pendant
With every trailer sold, 50 euros goes directly to the “Heartbeat Honey” project.
Inspiration for the Gold Day Bee:“Heartbeat Honey” project
The design of our World Gold Day bee pendant was inspired by the innovative Heartbeat Honey project launched by the Earthbeat Foundation. This project advocates for sustainable change in gold mining by focusing on beekeeping and honey extraction as an alternative to working in the gold mines. This not only enables financial returns, but also makes a significant contribution to environmental protection. To support this wonderful World Gold Day project, we came up with the idea of designing a charity piece of jewelry. With every trailer sold, 50 euros goes directly to the Heartbeat Honey project. y“.
Suitable for World Gold Day:The goal of the Earthbeat Foundation
The Earthbeat Foundation pursues the ambitious goal of ending new gold mining and instead working on projects that offer new perspectives to the people whose livelihood is mining work. As a jewelry manufacturer, we feel deeply connected to this cause, and not just on World Gold Day. That's why we support the Earthbeat Foundation with 3% of our annual profit in addition to the 50 euros per bee pendant sold.
Our charity jewelry and the importance of bees for the environment
Why is the Heartbeat Honey Project and supporting bees so important The answer lies in the important role that bees play in our environment. Bees make a significant contribution to maintaining biodiversity by pollinating numerous plants that are crucial to biodiversity. Their pollination process enables the production of fruits, vegetables and nuts, which in turn maintains the ecological balance in nature. A bee-shaped necklace pendant made of recycled gold and a synthetic diamond reminds us, in keeping with World Gold Day, of the balance of our earth and the contribution we can all make to itnen
What beekeeping has to do with World Gold Day
Beekeeping has immense economic importance and provides an important source of income for many people around the world, especially in rural areas. It creates jobs and promotes the local economy. Last but not least, ecological health is closely linked to the well-being of bees. By reducing environmental pollution and using pesticides responsibly, we contribute to the preservation of bee populations and thus protect the health of the entire ecosystem. This makes beekeeping a wonderful alternative to small-scale gold mining, which unfortunately faces major social and economic challenges. World Gold Day, which calls for a sustainable and socially acceptable gold economy, is therefore a wonderful occasion to draw attention to new, future-oriented alternatives such as beekeeping.
Maren Jewelery's charity commitment to World Gold Day
We at Maren Jewelery are proud of this World Gold Day and to support the Earthbeat Foundation because we firmly believe in a sustainable and ethical gold economy. As a jewelry company, we carry a significant burden Responsibility regarding the origin and processing of what we use recycling gold. With our support of World Gold Day and the Earthbeat Foundation, we are actively committed to a better future and are committed to promoting sustainable alternatives in the gold sector. This demonstrates our concern to pursue ethical values in jewelry making and our desire to balance the shine and beauty of gold with social and environmental responsibility.
A call for inspiration
We hope that our charity bee chain and our commitment to World Gold Day will inspire you to also actively support a sustainable future. Together we can create positive change in the gold industry and beyond!
What is World Gold Day?
World Gold Day, initiated by the Earthbeat Foundation, calls for active participation in shaping a more sustainable gold economy. This is done by recycling old devices, selling scrap gold and consciously investing in gold. The focus is on sustainable use and reintroducing gold into the cycle to reduce the harmful effects of traditional gold mining.
World Gold Day aims to create awareness about the different aspects of gold: from its importance as a symbol of perfection and wealth to the harmful effects of traditional gold mining. We are proud to be part of this initiative and to make our contribution to a more sustainable gold economy.
Written By Helge Maren
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