Bruno Marino

CEO, Founder

Bruno D.V. Marino is an American scientific entrepreneur involved in solving diverse social problems through a scientific lens and public purpose. Bruno has over 20 years’ experience in early stage companies serving in diverse roles including as CEO, COO, CTO and Director of Research. Specifically, he founded Planetary Emissions Management Inc. in 2007 and has continued to serve as CEO of that company to the present. His primary interest has been the impact of climate change on culture and an understanding of climate change effects on the biosphere. He has published extensively in these areas as well as environmental monitoring, employing stable and radiogenic isotopes, ecosystem science and experimental manipulation of large enclosed human-rated engineered ecosystems. He served as Director of Science and Research at Biosphere 2, Tucson, Arizona, where he engaged and challenged world class scientists to elucidate the scientific importance of the closed facility and its relevance to climate change. He was co-editor of a special issue of Ecological Engineering describing past and current research in the Biosphere 2 research facility. He also served as a Research Associate of Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University and of the Division of Applied Sciences, Harvard University. He holds a number of patents issued and pending in diverse countries including recent issues in the United States entitled “System of Systems for Monitoring Greenhouse Gas Fluxes” (2013) and “Systems and Methods for Managing Global Warming” (2015). He has experience in finance and securities having held brokerage licenses (Series 7-General Securities Representative, Series 63-Uniform Combined Registered Investment Advisor, State Laws, and, Series 31- Futures Managed Funds License) and has directed extensive field work in the United States and Belize. He founded PEM in 2007 to create and commercialize technologies to manage GHG emissions at large-scale with economic and social returns. Bruno was Principal Investigator for a PEM four-year cooperative agreement award in 2010 totaling ~$2 million with the Department of Energy and National Energy Technology Laboratory. During the agreement period PEM successfully deployed advanced isotopic laser analyzers in remote and populated locations to directly measure fossil fuel and related sources of CO2. He is a graduate of Phillips Andover Academy, Johns Hopkins University (BA) and Harvard University where he was awarded a NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Fellowship to complete his PhD in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. He holds an MA in Biological Anthropology also from Harvard. Bruno is a co-founder and Trustee of the PeaceKeeper Foundation whose mission is to promote peaceful negotiations around climate change for future generations.

Bruno is a member of the following Themes, Networks or Projects

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Climate Finance

This theme focuses on how to ensure that climate finance serves to achieve meaningful, long-term change in economic and social development trajectories, particularly for developing countries.
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The Africa Climate Change Resilience Alliance programme is made up of Oxfam GB, ODI, Save the Children International, Care International and World Vision International.
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Forests and Climate Change

Exploring the role of forests for the adaptation of people to climate change.
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