Jeffery Greenblatt Founder, CEO and Chief Scientist

Jeffery Greenblatt (Ph.D. Chemistry, UC Berkeley; see my CV) has consulted for energy- and environment-focused organizations since 2009. In his day job at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, he spans two complementary areas: large-scale, multi-sector, multi-decadal modeling of greenhouse gas reduction strategies at the local, state and national levels, and analysis of emerging technologies including artificial photosynthesis and autonomous vehicles. In 2015 and 2016, he published two analyses in Nature Climate Change on the greenhouse gas benefits of autonomous taxis and U.S. climate change policies, respectively. Outside of LBNL, he focuses on commercial space technologies. He published a comparative analysis of human settlements on the Moon vs. Mars in collaboration with SpaceVault in 2017, presented an analysis of a large-scale Earth-Mars human transport system similar to SpaceX's envisioned plans at the 67th International Astronautical Congress in 2016, and occasionally blogs on the future of space transportation.