https://www.tellus.org/
Tellus Institute

Founding Year: 1976

Staff: 24

Budget:

 Paul Raskin (President)

Is an American “interdisciplinary not-for-profit research and policy organization” working to tackle environmental, economic, and social issues from a fresh scientific perspective by “fashioning strategies, policies, and decision-support tools.” It strives to attain a global sustainable lifestyle by working on coming up with “ways of producing, consuming, and living that balance the rights of people today, future generations, and the wider community of life.”

Work areas:

Publications

 

Tellus Institute contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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