Projects by Solution

The Nautilus Institute works with a community of scholars and practitioners who conduct research on strategies to solve global problems. With our network of partners, we develop and apply these strategies to the four linked threats of nuclear attack or accident, energy insecurity, climate change and marginalized civil society in the Asia Pacific region.

Strong Civil Society Networks

Threat: Marginalized Civil Society Nautilus’ civil society projects seek to enforce networks between emerging and established leaders in South Korea, Japan and China working on strengthening nuclear security, energy security and environmental sustainability Civil Society Projects:
  • Cooperation for Nuclear Disarmament in Australia and Japan
  • Interconnections of Global Problems in East Asia
  • Monitoring and Verification Network
  • Strong Connections: Australia-Korean Strategic Futures
  • Towards a Sustainable Security Community in Australia and Japan

Collaborative Engagement

In keeping with our mission statement, the Nautilus Institute uses tools for collaborative engagement to reduce the danger of nuclear war and engage in global problem solving. Collaborative Engagement Projects:  Dangerous Waters

Globalization & Governance

The Globalization & Governance Program identifies and promotes innovative policies and business practices to enhance social and environmental ethics in global markets. We believe that public policy, consumer information and better corporate governance are powerful tools in strengthening environmental protection, human rights, and economic inclusion. The Program also explores opportunities for California's corporations, investors, and legislators to exert leadership and leverage over ethical market governance in the global economy.