Handmade jewellery is all the rage these days and the possibilities are endless.

We’re all familiar with the classics like germanic lapel pins, germanium ring pins and germano gold chains, but what about the german made gems? 

Gemstones, gemstones in general, are made from gemstones or gemstones extracted from the natural world. 

This is called gemstone processing. 

In a nutshell, gemstone extract is a process that turns the natural minerals into a gem. 

The mineral is extracted in a process similar to the way that you would extract natural gas. 

Gems are not created by the process of natural gas extraction. 

They are made by the chemical processes that are used to extract natural materials like minerals, glass and metals. 

Most of these natural materials are extracted from minerals, such as calcium, silicon, gold, silver and copper. 

These minerals are then combined with a chemical reaction to form a chemical compound called gem salt. 

While most of the world is not concerned with the environmental impact of gemstone extraction, some countries are concerned. 

For example, China’s National Development and Reform Commission in 2008 declared that the extraction of gemstones could be linked to environmental degradation. 

It also ordered that all mineral extraction should be prohibited from 2025. 

Since then, the Chinese government has imposed strict restrictions on the mining, processing and sale of gem stones. 

So what is the science behind gemstone mining and gemstone production? 

The Gem Research Institute at the University of California at San Diego, which is the largest and most respected gem mineralogical society in the world, conducted an extensive study of gem production in China and concluded that the country has the most active gem production of any country in the globe. 

“China has the highest gem production, followed by the United States, Canada, Brazil, the European Union, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea,” Dr. Jeffrey G. Gartman, the lead researcher, told Business Insider. 

According to the report, China has 1,500 gold mines, with more than 1,000 tons of gold mined per year. 

China has also a vast collection of gems, with over 1,200 types of gem materials. 

Many of the mineral resources are extracted in the northern region of Sichuan province in China. 

As of 2010, China had a total gem resource of over 7.4 billion tons. 

Some of the most popular minerals are diamond, silver, and platinum. 

Other minerals include quartz, beryl, ruby, garnet, garnets, amethyst, garners, lapis lazuli, and rhodium. 

Researchers also found that the average annual production of gem diamonds is over 2.4 million tons.

Gold is an important part of China’s economy. 

However, the amount of gold produced is dwarfed by the amount produced in other parts of the globe and, according to the Gartmans report, “only a small portion of the gold in China is used for everyday consumer items like jewelry, watches, and watches.” 

“This gold is mostly used in Chinese industrial plants to produce electrical components and other industrial uses,” said Dr. Gertrude Gartmann, one of the study’s authors. 

But, as China’s government is now clamping down on foreign companies, the gold mining industry is experiencing a decline in production. 

Chinese officials are currently investigating the possible involvement of foreigners in the diamond industry, which has led to the closure of about 10% of the country’s diamond mines. 

Experts have also found gold in a number of Chinese-owned factories, according the Gertmans report. 

With this new research, the GARTMAN report concludes that China’s gem mining industry may be facing a future of less demand for its precious metals.

“The global market for gemstones and gem production is expected to grow by about 10 million tonnes annually by 2025, according a new report from the Gem Research institute at the United Kingdom’s University of Oxford,” the Gartsman said. 

And it may be this market that is threatening the health of China, which in turn could affect the health and wellbeing of the Chinese people. 

A survey published in the journal Global Health in 2013 found that nearly 70% of Chinese people believe that their health is at risk because of the increasing number of gold mining operations. 

More to the point, this industry is a major contributor to China’s air pollution. 

An investigation published in China’s Xinhua News Agency earlier this year found that Chinese citizens suffer from air pollution caused by the diamond mining industry. 

Over a million people die each year in China from the air pollution, and more than 100 million people suffer from chronic lung disease, the study found. 

At the same time, the global population is expected increase from 6 billion to 10 billion by 2030. Given the