Nautilus Institute
Nautilus Institute for Security & Sustainability

Founding Year: 1992

Staff: 4

Budget: $1.1m (2019)

Peter Hayes (Co-founder and Executive Director)

The Nautilus Institute is a public policy think-tank that strives to “build peace, create security, and restore sustainability.” To that end, it “convenes a community of scholars and practitioners who conduct research on strategies to solve interconnected global problems.” Furthermore, MISS and its network of partners “develop and apply these strategies to the linked threats of nuclear war, urban and energy insecurity, and climate change in the Asia Pacific region.” Finally, it “encourages civil society to strengthen regional governance of these common problems and shared solutions.”


Nautilus Institute for Security & Sustainability contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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