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Forbes Names First Environment Editor

Forbes has named Todd Woody to the newly created position of Environment Editor. Woody – who has written for The New York TimesReuters, and The Los Angeles Times – will cover all things environmental for the magazine and the website.

Woody will be based in California and report to Eric Savitz, Forbes’ San Francisco Bureau Chief. Savitz says that Woody’s knowledge of a broad range of subjects makes him the right fit for the new position:

As environmental issues continue to take on an extremely important role in the global marketplace, we are dedicated to providing our audience with the most compelling and timely coverage of this space. Todd has the perfect blend of environmental, technology and business experience to successfully take on this role. We are excited to have him join us.

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