Media Monitoring, Tuesday 14 May

Ethiopia Shows Us Just How Fast The Transition To Electric Mobility Can Happen In Africa

Egypt inaugurates 2024 harvest season at mega land reclamation project — (Xinhua)

FAO leads training initiative to help Tanzanian broiler farmers reduce antimicrobials reliance and embrace sustainable practices — (Farmers Review Africa)

ACAT: A model for Africa’s agricultural revival — (Tribune Online Nigeria)

AUDA-NEPAD, Norad partner to accelerate soil health for sustainable food systems in Africa — (KBC)

Biodiversity loss identified as biggest reason for emergence of infectious diseases — (DownToEarth)

Energy summit seeks to curb cooking habits that kill millions every year — (Al Jazeera)

Africa harvests only 2 percent from the continent's total carbon credit potential — (Tanzania Times)

Nobon Helps Increase Carbon Projects Credibility And Financing — (Carbon Herald)

Built on solid rock: How Kenya emerged as a global leader for carbon market investment — (Carbon Pulse)

Transforming Energy In Juba, South Sudan: Aptech Africa’s Innovative Solar Solutions — (Solar Quarter)

Green energy presenting South Africa with massive reindustrialisation chance — (Mining Weekly)

Bitcoin Miner Marathon In Talks With Kenya to Help With Its Green Energy Ambitions — (CoinDesk)

First Battery appoints Shane Petersen as director of sales and marketing — (Bizcommunity)

Improved Eskom performance gives hope that 'end of load shedding is in sight' – Pres Ramaphosa — (SA News)

Standard Bank projects $5.1bn capital inflows in second half of 2024 — (BusinessDay)

GEAPP Launches Climate Africa Warsha To Advance Renewable Energy Reporting — (

Navigating Sustainability In East Africa — (CIO Africa)

African health experts warn of climate change & rising vector-borne diseases — (Mongabay)

Driving Sustainable Investment in West Africa’s Mining Industry — (Business Ghana)

Ethiopia Shows Us Just How Fast The Transition To Electric Mobility Can Happen In Africa — (CleanTechnica)

Inside planned $72 million modern Nduba waste management facility — (MSN)Tue