Media Monitoring, Friday 3 November

African Geothermal Sector Set to Attract $35 Billion by 2050, Surpassing Europe, as UK Funds $14 Million for Uganda Climate Projects

Morocco's renewable energy potential key for climate mitigation (Down To Earth)

African geothermal sector to attract $35 billion in investments by 2050, surpassing Europe's capacity  (Rystad Energy)

South Africa's green energy push: Tax incentives for auto industry (ESI Africa)

AfDB approves $300 million loan for South Africa's energy governance and climate resilience programme (Devdiscourse)

UK government sets up $14 million fund for climate change projects in Uganda (The East African)

Ghana to access $13.4 million in climate finance after dam disaster displaces 40,000 people (BNN Bloomberg)

Africa warns against carbon markets as eco-colonization, urges sustainable climate finance (Tribune Online)

Scaling carbon credits in Africa for equity and climate impact (

Pioneering carbon removal in Africa: Aviation's path to sustainability (Airspace Africa)

Africa Climate Business Forum addresses climate finance for low-carbon transition (Xinhua)

Opinion: Companies to champion a fossil fuel phase-out at COP28 (Reuters)

Pope Francis says he will attend COP28 (EcoWatch)

Fostering food security and sustainable agriculture in Africa: Collaborative initiatives and innovative solutions (African Business)