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A UK company has grown world's first zero impact diamond

Diamond's may be a girl's best friend, but the way in which they're mined often leaves a poor ethical and environmental trail. Now, a UK company has grown the world's first zero impact diamond. It's created using carbon extracted from the atmosphere and the end result is a gem that's chemically identical to earth mined diamonds. Sarah Morice has the story. Profilers / Explainers 👉 http://trt.world/136b #UK #Diamond #ZeroImpact

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