WJI 2030 is pleased to share resources in the form of reports, toolkits, guidance and more, to support members and anyone wishing to advance on all topics including climate resilience, preserving resources and fostering inclusiveness. It is within the spirit of WJI 2030 to develop these materials with its members and experts, for the benefit of everyone within the watch and jewellery industry and beyond.

Nature Roadmap

Unlock the potential of a nature-positive strategy with the Nature Roadmap, a practical guide featuring key frameworks, best practices, and expert knowledge designed to support your company’s biodiversity efforts.

Stakeholder Report 2024

Over the past year, WJI 2030 has continued to strengthen its engagement with key stakeholders while embarking on a journey dedicated to action, collaboration, impact, and transparency. The Annual Progress Report showcases progress of the Initiative and its Members in accelerating the pathway on the three strategic pillars – climate resilience, preserving resources and fostering inclusiveness

Access last years report here

Gender Responsive Procurement Case Study

Together in Partnership with UN Women, WJI 2030 has launched its first Case Study on Gender Responsive Procurement in the watch and Jewellery industry.

Nature Primer

We acknowledge that every company is at a different stage and has its own material topics to manage. This Primer is here to provide you with a starting point and to guide you in beginning your journey. In parallel, we are setting up an ESG Framework to support your journey in strengthening transparency and reporting on progress.

Human Rights Navigator

Aligned with WJI 2030’s core pillar of accelerating the human rights agenda and working towards responsible supply chains, the Navigator provides guidance, tools, and insights from experts and members related to the prevention and mitigation of human rights impacts.


Welcome to the SME SDG 2030 Solutions Lab with United Nations Global Compact

The Solutions Lab aims to provide a harmonised practical education programme with key expertise from the UN Global Compact and key stakeholders to guide the sustainability journey of SMEs in the global jewellery and watch industry to enhance transparency and operationalise sustainability throughout the value chain. Given the pivotal role SMEs play in driving economic development, poverty reduction, job creation, economic emancipation, and overall well-being, the SDG 2030 SME Solutions Lab seeks to prove that it is possible for small businesses to do the right thing, the right way, in the global jewellery and watch industry.


Time for Change - WWF

Demanding more transparency and resonsibility in the Watch and Jewellery Sector – Sustainability Rating and Industry Report 2023

Women in the Jewelry Supply Chain - BSR

A Landscape Review of Barriers to Women’s Economic Empowerment. A report by BSR and Swarovski.

Global Powers of Luxury Goods - Deloitte

Welcome to the tenth edition of Global Powers of Luxury Goods. A report by Deloitte. 

The Deloitte Swiss Watch Industry Study 2023

This is the tenth edition of the Deloitte Swiss Watch Industry Study. It is based on an online survey of 75 senior executives in the industry, conducted between August and September 2023, and interviews with industry experts. 

The Sustainable Development Goals Report - United Nations

The Sustainable Development Goals
Report 2023: Special edition
Towards a Rescue Plan for People and Planet. Report developed by the United Nations. 

Obsessed With Audit Tools, Missing the Goal - Human Rights Watch

Why Social Audits Can’t Fix Labor Rights Abuses in Global Supply Chains. A report by Human Rights Watch. 

The Global Risks Report 2023 18th Edition - WEF

The Global Risks Perception Survey (GRPS) has underpinned the Global Risks Report for nearly two decades and is the World Economic Forum’s premier source of original global risks data. This year’s GRPS has brought together leading insights on the evolving global risks landscape from over 1,200 experts across academia, business, government, the international community and civil society. Responses for the GRPS 2022-2023 were collected from 7 September to 5 October 2022.