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The academic side was also well represented during the conference. Professor Paul Ekins, emphasized the significance of innovative technologies to take on the climate challenge. He stressed the importance of shifting our mind-set, i.e. stepping down from thinking ‘how much GDP are we willing to sacrifice to tackle global warming?’ to ‘how are we able to capitalise on the opportunities associated with the energy transition?’. This message was fully in line with our seminar’s topic: ‘Climate Change: enabling transformation at the core’. Professor Ekins reached out to Mr. Cara of the EIB, and questioned how policy makers would mainstream the necessary cutting-edge technologies and ensure competitiveness within global markets. Definitely to be continued.