A Legacy of Sustainability
A new gold mine threatens the ecosystem of Yellowstone National Park. We urge the U.S. Department of the Interior to put a stop to it.
We lead the effort for U.S. participation in the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme to reduce the flow of conflict diamonds.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation is established to focus the House’s philanthropic efforts.
Tiffany & Co. establishes Laurelton Diamonds Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary, to manage our global diamond supply chain.
We start offering domestic partner benefits in the U.S. and later expand our healthcare coverage for U.S.-based employees to include transgender affirmation benefits as well as global adoption and surrogacy benefits.
In support of the U.S. Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act, we stop buying gemstones from Myanmar (Burma) to protect human rights.
Tiffany stops selling coral jewelry to help preserve ocean life and urges other jewelers to do the same.
We also ask the U.S. Forest Service to deny a permit for the proposed Rock Creek Mine in the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness in Montana.
The first solar projects at two of Tiffany’s New Jersey facilities are installed. We later install on-site solar in the Dominican Republic, Cambodia and Rhode Island.
We’re the first jeweler to speak out against the proposed Pebble Mine in Alaska’s Bristol Bay.
We join the United Nations Global Compact, committing to align Company practices with universal sustainability principles.
Tiffany & Co. joins other leading companies in pledging net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
We launch “Will You?,” the House’s first advertising campaign to feature a same-sex couple.
We launch the Tiffany Save the Wild collection to help protect endangered elephants, rhinos and lions. 100% of profits from the collection—totaling over USD $10 million—benefit the Wildlife Conservation Network.
Tiffany & Co. signs the United Nations Women’s Empowerment Principles.
After a decade of collaboration, the Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance (IRMA) releases the pioneering Standard for Responsible Mining. Tiffany & Co. is a founding member of IRMA’s Steering Committee and, as always, we continue to encourage positive change in the industry.
With the launch of our Diamond Source Initiative, we pledge to provide provenance information—countries or region of origin—for every newly sourced, individually registered diamond we set.
We enhance our Supplier Code of Conduct and share it publicly with translations available in 16 languages. The following year, we launch our Supplier Code Guidance, providing further details on our expectations of suppliers.
Tiffany & Co. launches Employee Resource Groups across 12 chapters in four countries, including Multicultural, Women, LGBTQIA+ and Life Stages.
The Company launches unconscious bias training globally for all Tiffany employees.
The Tiffany & Co. Foundation celebrates its 20th anniversary. It has awarded over USD $100 million in grants since its inception.
We launch the Diamond Craft Journey, becoming the first global luxury jeweler to share with its clients the countries where its newly sourced, individually registered diamonds are crafted.
We set our 2025 Sustainability Goals to guide us and inspire our industry. In alignment with the United Nations Global Goals Framework, our goals seek to address the most significant societal challenges identified by the international community.
Over USD $6.5 million is raised in support of The Nature Conservancy from the historic auction of a Patek Philippe Ref. 5711 Nautilus watch featuring a Tiffany Blue® dial. The donation helps conservation efforts in five key regions facing the dual crises of climate change and biodiversity loss.
Tiffany & Co. pledges to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions across its own operations and supply chain by 2040, 10 years earlier than the Paris Climate Agreement target. The pledge aligns with the Science Based Targets initiative’s (SBTi) Net-Zero Standard, the leading global institution for corporate emissions reductions.
Tiffany Atrium, a platform for social impact, is launched. It aims to advance professional opportunities for historically underrepresented communities.
We update our Code of Conduct to align with LVMH, ensuring a common ethical foundation across all Maisons.
The Landmark at 57th Street and Fifth Avenue opens with significant investment in leading environmental, health and well-being initiatives. The store is registered for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification and WELL Platinum Certification.
Explore Sustainability at Tiffany & Co.
Explore Sustainability at Tiffany & Co.
- Responsible Diamond Mining & Sustainability
- Sustainability Timeline and Milestones