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Spindle joins Semafor to cover climate and energy


Bill Spindle

Global news startup Semafor has tapped Bill Spindle as climate and energy editor.

Recently, Spindle was at the Council on Foreign Relations, where he was an international affairs fellow, a role in which he travelled India reporting on climate change and the transformation of the global energy system.

Previously he was at The Wall Street Journal, where he served as deputy Japan bureau chief, correspondent, deputy foreign editor, Middle East bureau chief, senior writer for global energy and South Asia bureau chief.

He was a business editor and head of business content at The National News. He also worked at Bloomberg News and Newsday.

Spindle has a B.A. in English from the University of Michigan, an M.A. in journalism from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and another M.A. in economics from Columbia | SIPA.

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