Though Cartier has long been concerned with corporate responsibility, it notched up its commitment to ethical practices four years ago with the creation of a department devoted to the subject.
Headed by Pamela Caillens, the jeweler’s corporate and social responsibility department was devised to allow Cartier to become more proactive in measures dear to its heart, including promoting environmentally clean practices and managing the jewelry supply chain with an eye on human rights.
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