David Baker

San Francisco Chronicle

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Energy and clean tech reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

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A papal encyclical is the highest form of teaching from one of the world's most powerful religious leaders.

Can Cap-and-Trade Survive a Papal Denunciation?

A papal encyclical is the highest form of teaching from one of the world's most powerful religious leaders.

from Which Way, L.A.?

"Californians expect their water is not being polluted by oil producers...this poses a very real danger."

Is California Separating Oil and Water?

"Californians expect their water is not being polluted by oil producers...this poses a very real danger."

from Which Way, L.A.?

"From the top down" is the way Elon Musk's Tesla company is marketing it's electric cars.

Tesla’s New Sedan: An Electric Car for the Every Man?

"From the top down" is the way Elon Musk's Tesla company is marketing it's electric cars.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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