News for 2011
The fourth annual Tiffany Foundation Awards were presented to two organizations in Japan on September 8, 2011: Amawari Romance Society from Uruma City, Okinawa and Taiguruma Revival Project from Niigata City, Niigata.
The Royal Parks Foundation, the charity for London’s eight Royal Parks, has been consulting with dogs to see how they react to a new fountain design, named Watering Holes, which has been created with support from the Tiffany & Co. Foundation and caters for thirsty humans and canines alike.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation is proud to announce a $5,000,000 challenge grant to Friends of the High Line, to support the preservation of, and public access to, the rail yards section of the High Line, the third and final section of the acclaimed New York City park.
Photo credit: Iwan Baan © 2009
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation is proud to join a diverse group of leaders in celebrating Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed. In March, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor hosted a celebration at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. to pay tribute to the productive and majestic Bristol Bay, and its economic, cultural and ecological value.
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Researchers from the Wildlife Conservation Society have developed a "stress test" for coral reefs as a means of identifying and prioritizing areas that are most likely to survive bleaching events and other climate change factors.
From March 5 through April 25, 2011, the undeniable glamour and irresistible allure of orchids take center stage at The New York Botanical Garden in a dazzling display created by Tony award-winning set designer Scott Pask, image-maker Drew Hodges, and Botanical Garden curators.