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KNOW MORE ABOUT THE BRANDS THAT SUPPORT PAN MAGAZINE
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Our publication exists thanks to the support of some amazing brands and the even more wonderful people who stand behind them. 
We are incredibly grateful for their dedication to the arts and for doing their bit to help make our world a better place for generations to come.
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Catbird is a women-led business, founded in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 2004. They have a strong commitment to knowing the provenance of the goods they sell. In addition to working with some of the world's most exciting jewelry designers, they design and manufacture their own collection in an in-house studio within the Brooklyn Navy Yard, using recycled or ethically sourced stones and precious metals. Catbird’s mission is "to make beautiful, sparkling jewelry that will bring you joy now through forever. We believe that even very special pieces can be worn every day." 
In addition to their ethical work practices, the company has set up a foundation that gives to various, not for profit organizations and charities. Find out more here:  https://www.catbirdnyc.com/the-catbird-foundation/
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The design duo, Louise Olsen and Stephen Ormandy met at UNSW Art and Design (Sydney) and in their final year of study in 1985, established the design company Dinosaur Designs. Dinosaur Designs has grown to be one of Australia's leading design brands specializing in resin and metallic jewelry and homewares.
Both designers have continued and maintained independent art practices in painting and sculpture that inform their design work for the company. Their work is exhibited in pre-eminent galleries around the world.
Louise plays an active part in the community by supporting organizations and people who make the world a beautiful place through art, helping those less fortunate and protecting endangered natural habitats, such as the ACF’s Rainforest protection program, the WWF’s Gouldian Finch campaign and Get-Up’s campaign to protect the Great Barrier Reef. She is also a proud supporter of Human Rights Watch and an ambassador for projectABLE, a careers initiative aimed at recruiting younger skilled workers into the disability sector. Louise has been a judge of the Veuve Clicquot New Generation Award, a global initiative supporting women’s empowerment, since 2014. https://www.dinosaurdesigns.com.au/about/corporate-responsibility
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Saskia Diez is an award-winning designer and the founder of her eponymous jewelry and accessories line from Germany. For Diez, jewelry is like a friend, a companion. It is also a means of expression. "It shows that I care about myself, it makes me feel more beautiful. Jewelry is something very intimate. How does it lay on the skin and on the body? What does it do with you and how does it change when it moves, how do you feel with it?” Ensuring a greener way of producing the jewelry is also important to Diez, the production process is kept local and her atelier teams up with a handful of goldsmiths from Munich, Pforzheim, and Werne. The gold and silver used by the brand are mainly from recycled materials. 

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SIDNEY GARBER  https://sidneygarber.com/

The Sidney Garber jewelry business was launched in Chicago 73 years ago. Sidney’s daughter, Brooke Garber Neidich, worked behind the counter as soon as she could see over it. By the time Brooke was a teenager, Sidney Garber was an elegant boutique on Michigan Avenue. She absorbed her father’s taste, meticulous attention to detail, quality and fine execution organically. Brooke travelled with him to the great ateliers in Paris and Milan, to the small workshops in Valenza, Vicenza and Arezzo, to the stone cutters in Idar Oberstein, and to the diamond market in New York. 
In 2008, she inherited her father’s business. The company is now based in New York City. 
They strengthened their focus on ethical sourcing of their diamonds and gold. They are members of the Responsible Jewelry Council. Brooke is also a member of the CFDA. 
Today, the elegant business that her father built serves an even larger mission: Brooke gives her profits to not-for-profit organizations dedicated to children’s mental health, education and the arts. This charitable mission is part of the company’s DNA. It is made possible, and embraced, by everyone who works at Sidney Garber.

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CITIZENS' CLIMATE LOBBY  https://citizensclimatelobby.org/ 

Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) is a grassroots advocacy organization that empowers ordinary citizens to educate key stakeholders, policymakers and the general public about effective solutions to climate change. By mobilizing a robust coalition of climate advocates, they build public demand and political will to enact effective legislation. Organized volunteer efforts help advance state and national policies to radically reduce greenhouse gas emissions and accelerate the transition to a global clean energy economy. CCL is deeply committed to cultivating bipartisanship and believes working together across the political aisle to be the best way forward. Learn more here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/ 

 

 

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