Collaborative Water Resolution LLC, provides its clients with decades of experience in the resolution of intractable water and environmental conflicts. Through mediation, facilitation, strategic issue analysis, and personnel evaluation and recruitment, Collaborative Water Resolution LLC provides its clients with the highest level of professional assistance.
Todd H. Votteler, Ph.D.
Todd H. Votteler, Ph.D. is President of Collaborative Water Resolution LLC, Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Water Journal and Texas+Water, and hosts the Talk+Water podcast. He is a Fellow of the Meadows Center for Water and the Environment at Texas State University (TxSt), a and a lecturer at TxSt, and an Executive Committee member for the Permanent Forum of Binational Waters.
Previously, Votteler was Executive Manager of Science, Intergovernmental Relations, and Policy at the Guadalupe–Blanco River Authority, Chairman of the Guadalupe Basin Coalition, Research Scientist in Washington, D.C. for the Battelle – Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Executive Director of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Trust, and Chairman of the Texas Land Trust Council.
In 1994, Votteler worked for the Court Monitor during Sierra Club v. Babbitt. 1996, he was appointed Federal Special Master during Sierra Club v. San Antonio. In 2016, he negotiated a resolution to the conflict over surface water use and potential impacts to endangered whooping cranes. In 2018, Votteler was a faculty member for the National Judicial College’s Dividing the Waters program, and a co-trainer for the Fellows Program at the UT School of Law’s Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution. In 2019, Votteler lectured in China on transboundary water conflicts.
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