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Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development
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Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development
December 18, 2000

Nautilus Programs

Globalization and Governance Program

The Globalization and Governance Program promotes the integration of environmental objectives into national economic policies and international economic institutions.

Global Peace and Security Program

The Global Peace and Security Program identifies ways to avoid and resolve conflicts without resort to force, with particular emphasis on Northeast Asia.

Nautilus staff travel to the Asia-Pacific region frequently, and have particular expertise on North Korea.
Energy, Security and Environment Program

The Energy, Security and Environment Program studies the intersection of energy, environment, and international security issues in Northeast Asia, particularly Japan. Activities include research, publications, and conferences aimed at developing sustainable policy alternatives.

Youth/Pegasus Program

The Pegasus Project provides teenagers in the San Francisco Bay Area with opportunities to acquire sailing and scientific-technical skills, learn teamwork, and become environmentally sensitive.


Recent Grants awarded to Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development

Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $30,000
Description: Phase three of the ballistic missile test ban project. To provide the research required to stimulate international controls on long range ballistic missile development.
Grant Year: 1992
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $40,000
Description: To focus on containing nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula by creating a Northeast Asia nuclear-weapons-free zone.
Grant Year: 1993
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $40,000
Description: To focus on containing nuclear proliferation on the Korean Peninsula by creating a Northeast Asia nuclear-weapons-free zone.
Grant Year: 1993
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $40,000
Description: To prepare an energy efficiency assessment for North Korea which might indicate alternatives to the proposed transfer of a light water reactor to North Korea.
Grant Year: 1994
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $40,000
Description: To prepare an energy efficiency assessment for North Korea which might indicate alternatives to the proposed transfer of a light water reactor to North Korea.
Grant Year: 1994
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $80,000
Description: To promote a proposal for a Northeast Asia nuclear-free zone through public education and outreach, media work, and an electronic mail network.
Grant Year: 1994
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $80,000
Description: To promote a proposal for a Northeast Asia nuclear-free zone through public education and outreach, media work, and an electronic mail network.
Grant Year: 1994
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $200,000
Description: To encourage confidence-building measures in Northeast Asia and to foster an electronic network of scholars and policymakers to address security issues in the region.
Grant Year: 1995
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $200,000
Description: To encourage confidence-building measures in Northeast Asia and to foster an electronic network of scholars and policymakers to address security issues in the region.
Grant Year: 1995
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $95,000
Description: To train North Korean energy specialists in renewable-energy technologies.
Grant Year: 1997
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $400,000
Description: To facilitate development of political will, institutions and practices to strengthen cooperative security in Northeast Asia, and to engage regional actors in cooperative discussions of nuclear energy and environmental issues.
Grant Year: 1997
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $250,000
Description: To install wind-power turbines to bring electricity to a North Korean village.
Grant Year: 1998
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $250,000
Description: To install wind-power turbines to bring electricity to a North Korean village.
Grant Year: 1998
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $400,000
Description: To expand cooperation on renewable energy between the United States and the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea.
Grant Year: 1999
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $400,000
Description: To expand cooperation on renewable energy between the United States and the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea.
Grant Year: 1999
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $240,000
Description: To promote its projects through television, radio, newspapers, and NAPSNet, a daily electronic bulletin that collects news reports pertaining to Northeast Asian security, energy and environmental issues for distribution to NGOs.
Grant Year: 1999
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $240,000
Description: To promote its projects through television, radio, newspapers, and NAPSNet, a daily electronic bulletin that collects news reports pertaining to Northeast Asian security, energy and environmental issues for distribution to NGOs.
Grant Year: 1999
Location: Berkeley, CA, U.S.A.
Grant Amount: $60,000
Description: To organize a workshop of North Korean, South Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Russian and American experts to explore arrangements whereby North Korea would gain access to space in return for ending its ballistic missile production and export programs.
Grant Year: 2000



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