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Jeffrey L. Edelstein, P.E. brings over 20 years of experience mediating and facilitating complex multi-party governmental, natural resource, and environmental issues.  His experience ranges from the mediation of federal legislative disputes to the facilitation of community forums and numerous state, federal and inter-jurisdictional planning processes.      

Mr. Edelstein combines proven expertise as a mediator and facilitator with a background as a registered professional engineer. This unique blend of skills enables him to translate information, facilitate dialogue, and negotiate agreements amongst parties with widely varying backgrounds: lawyers, scientists, community residents, resource users, elected officials, advocacy groups, industry, and governmental agency staff. 

Mr. Edelstein focuses on environmental and natural resource issues and has successfully resolved some of the most challenging conflicts in this arena across the U.S: federal legislation on forest management, oil and gas drilling in the Yellowstone ecosystem, hazardous waste clean-up in the heart of New York City, wastewater and drinking water conflict on one of the nation's largest river systems, policymaking and federal legislation for the management of the nation's coastlines, and interjurisidictional conflict related to international pipeline transport of Tar Sands Oil. 

He holds a B.S. Degree in Engineering from Cornell University and is affiliated with the U.S. Institute for Environmental Conflict Resolution and the Consensus Building Institute and is a past member of the Leadership Council of the Environmental and Public Policy Section of the Association for Conflict Resolution.