Media Monitoring, Tuesday 6 February

Rich nations miss loss and damage fund deadline, As climate crisis escalates, so too could human-elephant clashes

EU invests €1.5m in Cross River's wildlife preservation: a boost for biodiversity, climate sustainability, and green economy initiatives. (Environews Nigeria)

Kenya receives Sh7.3 billion grant to combat climate change effects. (Business Daily Africa)

African Development Bank allocates $40 million for eco-friendly upgrade of Mozambique's vital railway line. (Biz Community)

FMO backs Nithio’s FAIR initiative with $10 million for climate-resilient clean energy solutions in Africa. (Solar Quarter)

IMF allocates $183 million to combat climate hazards in Cameroon. (Afrik21)

Namibia approves Solarcentury Africa's 60 MWp SolNam project to tackle power deficit and foster renewable energy growth. (Energy Global)

Namibia's thriving green hydrogen landscape: funding boosts, strategic partnerships, and future developments. (Energy Capital Power)

Using human waste to power green energy in Kenya's Kibera slum. (RFI)

Puma Energy Ghana enabling energy access for clean cooking. (

EGYPES 2024: driving Africa’s, Mediterranean’s energy transition, security, and decarbonisation. (Daily News Egypt)

CEB's home solar project in Mauritius: lowering bills and carbon emissions with rooftop solar PV. (ESI Africa)

South Africa to power ahead with first off-grid EV charging station. (Daily News Egypt)

Ethiopia grapples with looming food crisis amidst persistent conflict and devastating drought. (BBC)

Morocco strengthens commitment to carbon tax in response to EU carbon tariffs. (Carbon Pulse)

Race for green metals can transform Africa and the world, unlock global decarbonisation. (Daily Maverick)

Discovery of critically endangered vulture nests in Ghana's Mole National Park signals hope for raptors. (Mongabay)

Transformative bamboo project revitalizes degraded lands in Kenya's Homa Bay County. (Nation Africa)

U.S. and Nigeria forge partnership to combat climate change and reduce gas flaring. (Nature News Africa)

National Council on Climate Change and Climate Action Africa partner to tackle Nigeria’s climate crisis. (NTM)