Media Monitoring, Monday 18 September

New investment in EVs and in energy projects, Africa’s fragile states are greatest climate change casualties

Kenya wants to pioneer a new African approach to global warming (The Economist)

African youth promote SDGs at UNGA in New York (Africa Times)

Carbon markets that benefit the West will not solve Africa’s climate crisis (Open Democracy)

Africa Adaptation Acceleration Program Partnership Forum 2023 - A Step towards Climate Resilience (AfDB)

Nigeria hit by widespread blackout in 'total system collapse' (BBC)

Ethiopia: $104m in financing to strengthen electricity system in east of the country (Afrik 21)

AFRICA: with $50m, GreenMax will facilitate imports of 75,000 EVs by 2025 (Afrik 21)

GreenMax & Tradeable Launch GreenShift Africa, A Platform Designed To Accelerate The Penetration Of EVs In Africa (Clean Technica)

Roam Introduces Kenya’s first locally manufactured electric bus, the Roam Move (Roam Electric)

African Guarantee Fund and Clean Cooking Alliance Challenge the Banking Industry To Invest in Carbon Markets (CCA)

DRC To Host UNGA Side Event To Call For Fairly Priced Carbon Markets For Africa (Panafrican Visions)

Developer plans boom in African bamboo carbon projects, although Kenyan expansion in limbo (Carbon Pulse)

RMB Ventures and Africa Climate Ventures team up to drive climate returns in current and future investments (Africa Capital Digest)

Africa’s fragile states are greatest climate change casualties (Monitor)

El Niño amplifies 2023's extreme weather (Axios)

Grow trees to restore soils for sustainable growth, Kenyans told (Standard Media)

African Development Bank unveils new initiative to cushion farmers from climate change effects (Relief Web)

The Center for Progressive Sustainability champions Africa's sustainable housing revolution at the Africa Climate Summit (The Citizen)

Schneider Electric and Inspired Evolution for green and digital projects in Africa (Afrique IT News)

African leaders urged to safeguard continent’s vast untapped ‘green’ minerals (North Africa Post)