David Baker

San Francisco Chronicle

Guest

Energy and clean tech reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle

David Baker on KCRW

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.?

More from KCRW

SoCal water agencies are investing in cloud seeding programs to squeeze more moisture out of their winter storms. But playing rain god has risks and limitations.

from Greater LA

Marine Mammal Care Center LA has survived struggles and the pandemic as it cares for injured sea life. Now the center has reopened to the public.

from Greater LA

LA City Council expanded restrictions on street camping this week, while advocates for the unhoused called for a pause on such bans during the Omicron surge.

from Greater LA

With Omicron, many offices resemble ghost towns again, and questions emerge about the future of in-person work. It’s especially true in Culver City.

from Greater LA

The Biden administration plans to send at-home COVID tests to Americans who ask for one. Clinical microbiologist Susan Butler-Wu shares how effective they are.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

California is losing its leadership position in the effort to mitigate climate change, and politics and other disasters may be to blame, according to a state lawmaker.

from To the Point

LAUSD classrooms are seeing major disruptions as the district grapples with record COVID rates among students and staff.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

After COVID-19 claimed the lives of more than 33,000 Latinos in California, community leaders fear that the high number of deaths would have generation-crossing and traumatic effects…

from KCRW Features

Duarte’s annual count of unhoused residents is still on, despite being delayed due to COVID, and they’re looking for Angelenos to help next month.

from KCRW Features