- The case for Mobilization, Peter Eisenberger, May 2020, https://elkinstitute.files.wordpress.com/2020/06/the-case-for-reme-mobilization.pdf
- Renewable Energy and Materials Economy – REME, Peter Eisenberger, May 2020, https://elkinstitute.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/remepdf.zip
- Carbon Negative Power Plants, May 2011, Peter Eisenberger and Graciela Chichilnisky, https://elkinstitute.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/carbon-negative-power-plants-5.pdf
- Energy Security, Economic Development and Global Warming: Addressing Short and Long Term Challenges, Peter Eisenberger and Graciela Chichilnisky, 2009, https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1522323
- Designing Earthlings, Dr. Peter M. Eisenberger
- Chaos Control: Climate Stabilization by Closing the Global Carbon Cycle, Dr. Peter M. Eisenberger, 2007, https://doi.org/10.1260/0958-305X.25.5.971
Dr. Peter Eisenberger is a renowned scientist, corporate research executive, business entrepreneur, and leading academic. He started his career at Bell Labs during its heyday, where he pioneered the use of particle accelerators to produce intense X-rays to conduct basic research on the fundamental properties of materials. Dr. Eisenberger was then recruited by Exxon following the oil shocks of the late seventies to lead their Physical Sciences R&D laboratory, where he led a team of international scientists looking at alternative energy technologies including solar energy.
He left Exxon for Princeton University, where he was appointed Professor of Physics and founded the Princeton Material Institute, which focused on multidisciplinary applied research in environmental technologies, among others. In 1996, Dr. Eisenberger joined Columbia University where he was appointed Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Vice-Provost, and founding Director of the Columbia Earth Institute and Director of the renowned Lamont- Doherty Earth Observatory.
In 2006, he co-founded Global Thermostat, which has developed a unique technology for the capture of carbon dioxide from air. Dr. Eisenberger holds degrees in physics from Princeton and Harvard.