Media Monitoring, Monday 8 April

US reaffirms commitment to compensate Africa for climate change

Africa is on the verge of a building boom. Will it be green? - (Context News)

Africa’s first sustainable timber stadium nearing completion - (The Stadium Business)

Mapping biodiversity loss in Sub-Saharan Africa - (Nature)

Africa’s Great Apes Are Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change, First-of-Its-Kind Study Finds - (EcoWatch)

Nigeria’s path to net zero should be fully lined with trees – and fairness - (Climate Home News)

Africa's carbon sink capacity is shrinking - (

US reaffirms commitment to compensate Africa for climate change - (Standard Media)

Carbon markets, the new Band-Aid solution to climate change in Africa - (Daily Nation)

Recent heatwaves are a harbinger of Africa’s future - (The Economist)

Sudan Meteorological Authority on the Climate Action Frontline - (World Meteorological Organization)

Zambians Feel the Personal Consequences of Climate Change—and Dream of a Sustainable Future - (Inside Climate News)

Kenya set to approve first-ever green mobility policy to drive EV adoption - (Techpoint Africa)

Climate Action Africa urges for climate-smart initiatives - (Business Day Nigeria)

Climate change means Africa needs to spend more on science training, researchers say - (News24)

Unleashing Africa’s investment potential - (OMFIF)

What needs to be done to address Africa climate change concerns, challenges - (Standard Media)