Media Monitoring, Friday 9 February

Crédit du Maroc secures $100mln IFC financing for green projects, Ethiopia Banning Non-Electric Car Imports

Africa aims high on hydrogen (Pemedia Network)

Crédit du Maroc secures $100mln IFC financing for green projects (Ecofin Agency)

IFC and SIMA launch $150 million Solar Green Bond for African Solar Developers alongside Finland and GEAPP (IFC)

Ethiopia Banning Non-Electric Car Imports (Clean Technica)

In SA, 5-Year Project to Advance Africa’s Circular Economy Begins (Sourcing Journal)

With African Development Bank support, Uganda takes first step to embedding circular economy model into national strategy (AfDB)

Kenya commission to probe how 'carbon firm' acquired land (QC Intel)

OPINION: Africa's carbon market challenge: Visualizing the under-representation and potential (QC Intel)

Ghana expects to finalise first Article 6.2 transfer by Q3 (Carbon Pulse)

Nigeria assembles policy team to move forward with carbon markets legislation -media (Carbon Pulse)

From exporting coral to restoring reefs, a Madagascar startup rethinks business (Mongabay)

LIBERIA: a campaign to assess fish stocks, for sustainable fishing (Afrik21)

Kenya's leader wants a paved road through a forest. Scientists don't. (Politico)

South African Biodiversity Investment Portal has secured its first investments (Biofin)

Nigeria: Shettima inaugurates panel to unlock $2.5bn green economy (Punch Nigeria)

Watch Africa Play a Key Part in Green Transition, ERG CEO Says (Bloomberg)