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Online, in print and on radio and television, Skydiamond is making waves with our eco-friendly sustainable diamonds
30 Sept 2022You've heard of growing diamonds in a lab, but what about the sky? Dale Vince OBE is the founder of SkyDiamond, the world's first company to turn carbon from the atmosphere into diamonds. Here, he speaks on the future of the industry and his vision of a zero-impact diamond that gives back more than its takes from the planet.
29 Sept 2022
Lily Cole on her passion for the environment, cutting ties with unethical brands and the controversy around population growthRunway model, actress and author, there's no denying that Lily Cole has many strings to her bow. But in recent years, the model-turned-activist has been vocal about her uninterrupted passion for the environment, fighting the climate crisis and supporting various charity initiatives.
30 Sept 2022When it comes to an engagement rings, Sky Diamonds proves there’s nowhere to go but up. The rarest diamond on earth isn’t mined from the ground, no. Instead it is plucked from the sky. Yes you heard that right.
29 Apr 2022We all know that diamonds don’t have the best rep when it comes to sustainability, so Skydiamond is skipping the mining process entirely by creating its own from thin air from the sky.
8 Oct 2021Skydiamond's founder Dale Vince was featured on The BBC Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet series back in October.
22 Feb 2021Mined diamonds I think are very time-limited now — the industry will come to an end, it’s a question of when.
2 Jan 2021The process uses rainwater and energy sourced from solar and wind to create a zero-impact diamond recognised by the International Gemological Institute.
22 Nov 2020These accredited Skydiamonds are physically and chemically identical to those mined from the earth.
2 Nov 2020A green tech company founded by inventor @DaleVince says it's using renewable energy to extract pollution out the air and turn it into eco-friendly diamonds.
31 Oct 2020But while Skydiamond's manufacturing process is not unique, Vince says the way the manufactures the gems is better for the environment, because the materials and energy used in the process are all sustainable - with carbon from the wind, water from rainwater and energy sourced from solar and wind power.
30 Oct 2020Eco-friendly diamonds made from carbon sucked out of the air have been created in the UK.
30 Oct 2020...it is the world's first zero-impact diamond, using a sky mining facility to extract carbon from the atmosphere, with wind and sun providing the energy, as well as using rainwater.
30 Oct 2020Lab-grown diamonds are rising in popularity as awareness of the environmental and socio-economic impact of the mining industry has grown.
30 Oct 2020Billed as the world’s ‘first and only sustainable diamonds’ the new environmentally-friendly rocks are made ‘entirely from the sky’, according to their creator.
30 Oct 2020
The man who says he can make diamonds out of thin air: Eco-tycoon claims top-secret process can 'grow' gems in furnace as hot as the sunMaking diamonds out of thin air all sounds rather pie in the sky. But that was the gem of an idea dreamed up by green energy tycoon Dale Vince.
30 Oct 2020Creators see the process as a way to challenge traditional diamond mining which causes damage to the planet.
30 Oct 2020‘The entire ingredient list comes from the sky and it's not just low or zero carbon, it's actually negative carbon in that respect, because we're locking up atmospheric carbon into a very permanent form of carbon: the diamond,’ Mr Vince said.
12 Sept 2020Making diamonds from nothing more than the sky, from the air we breathe is a magical, evocative idea—it’s modern alchemy.