Planetary Emissions Management was created in 2007 to pursue innovative technologies to monitor, measure, verify and account for GHG’s across the planetary surface.

In addition to direct measurement, PEM is pioneering methods to transform directly measured GHG composition and flux into new, unique and verified financial GHG products for sale to voluntary and compliance buyers worldwide.

PEM’s R&D efforts are focused on emerging technologies as components of the Global Monitoring Platform (GMP). The GMP emphasizes integration of a portable analyzer for field measurement of 14CO2

Bruno D.V. Marino, PhD

Bruno is a scientific entrepreneur with 20+ years experience (CEO, CTO, COO) and widely published in peer reviewed journals with 7 patents published/issued. He is a graduate of Phillips Andover, Johns Hopkins (BA) and Harvard (MA Biological Anthropology, PhD Earth & Space Sciences) and was awarded a NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Fellowship in the Division of Applied Sciences and Earth Sciences. Bruno is PEMs founder (1999 & 2007), chief scientist and innovator and will continue to provide vision and direction for PEMs development.

Jeffrey Warren MBA
CFO/COO, VP Product Development

Jeffrey brings 25+ years of CFO experience working with start-up ventures and major manufacturing companies offering a unique combination of financial expertise and product development through to manufacturing. Jeffrey has held executive finance positions with 3COM, Ericsson, Siemens and Rolls Royce Marine (VP Finance, global responsibility for all OE business). He has expertise in M&A, financial analysis, government contracts and internal project management. Jeffrey holds an MBA from University Connecticut.

Matthew P. Emmons PhD (2017)
VP Field Engineering

Matthew has over 20+ years in the stable isotope instrumentation business serving as global Field Engineer for leading magnetic sector isotope manufacturers and as instrument designer. Matt has expertise in diverse complex instrumentation integration, electronic and high voltage components for mass spectrometry and has worked in demanding installation sites around the world. Matt holds a BSc in Physics from the Open University, Milton Keynes, UK, and is a PhD candidate at the Colorado School of Mines.

Robert O’donnell
Technical Adviser Gas Filled Laser Systems

Robert O’Donnell has worked in the field of ultra-stable frequency CO2 gas lasers for over twenty-five years at the Lincoln Laboratory of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Working in the laboratory of Charles Freed, Lincoln Laboratory, Bob assisted in the design, fabrication and testing for a variety of lasers used across industry and in the Strategic Defense Initiative. Bob is an expert in radar systems, high voltage electronics, system design, integration, gas handling and custom machining of components for gas lasers and has co-authored peer reviewed publications in these disciplines. Before joining MIT, Bob served in the US Navy as an electronic technician, later was a Senior Field Engineer for the Firepond Radar System, Lincoln Labs, and subsequently worked for private industry and aerospace companies. Bob has consulted for PEM for five years.

David E. Tolliver PhD
VP Sensor Systems Architecture

David has over 30 years experience with government and industry developing large scale, complex information collection sensor systems from design through operations; expertise in systems architecting, systems engineering and technical project management. David is a graduate of East Tennessee State (BS) and University of Arizona (MS, PhD) where he studied optical physics.

John Rodrigues, BA
VP Sales and Marketing

John is a Sales and Marketing Management Executive of 20+ years sales experience with diverse customers and markets ranging from start-ups to Fortune 1000 companies. John has extensive expertise selling in the technical arena, developing marketing and customer sales & service teams as well as setting up distributor relationships worldwide. John’s experience includes the global sales of quantitative analytics solutions to the scientific, engineering, and financial markets. John led sales and marketing teams at ThomasNet Internet Marketing, Quantifacts Inc., CMX Systems and the Mathworks. John holds a BA from Tufts University.

Brandt Rousseaux MPP
VP Global Business Operations

Brandt was VP of North America for FDM Group in New York City from 2011-2014. He was responsible for operations, account management and expansion of the US FDM Academy to Toronto.  FDM’s operations grew significantly from 80 to over 250 staff. Before FDM Group, he was the Director of International Programs for four years at Rosetta Stone expanding offices in Tokyo, London, Seoul, Sao Paulo, Shanghai and Munich; grew revenue to $40M+ and staff to 120. Concurrently, he was Acting Managing Director for Europe, Director of Internet Strategies, and Executive Director for India Operations. In 2006, he became the Global Crisis and Emergency Management (CEM) Program Manager for BHP Billiton in London. His remit included training and administrative support to over 100 teams worldwide. He completed a 20 year career with the United States Coast Guard, retiring as a Commander in 2006. He spent 10 years at sea, commanding 3 ships. He was also career intelligence and law enforcement professional. Brandt has a BS in Government from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, a Master of Military Studies (Intelligence) from American Military University, and a Master of Public Policy from Princeton University. He advises the Founder, CEO & Chairman on strategic planning and funding initiatives, as well as tactical operations and international business issues.



Planetary Emissions Management Inc. is  pursuing new and emerging technologies for high precision determination of 14CO2 in a portable analyzer.  High frequency and high precision data for 14CO2 are required to track, analyze, manage and monetize fossil fuel derived CO2 in the biosphere. Humanities perturbation to the climate system cannot be fully understood, managed or monetized without increased data for 14CO2. New 14CO2 data for diverse ecosystems, including the soil carbon pool, are likely to yield a better understanding of their response to changing climate.


The Global Monitor Platform (GMP) is a multi-isotopic integrated field measurement platform. The GMP components may include commercial 12C and 13C analyzers for CO2 and experimental field analyzer modules for 14CO2. The GMP can be configured to include CH4, N2O and their isotopic species available from commercial vendors. The GMP enables direct measurement of GHG’s across diverse project types, small and large. When coupled with well developed field methods to determine GHG fluxes, PEM provides commercially available comprehensive data for GHG budgets and verification of fossil-fuel emission reduction reporting. The GMP can be deployed to detect fraud in fossil-fuel emission reduction claims.


The System of Systems (SoS) network consists of GMP sensor nodes across the geographical boundaries of a project site. The SoS is designed to monitor  net carbon flux at local-to-regional scales, produce automated reports, respond to remote commands and result in verified data for carbon financial instruments. Carbon standards and third party verification are employed at multiple scales to ensure harmonization of data and carbon financial instruments across analyzers in one or multiple networks.


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