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With investments in green technologies, the involvement of financial institutions, public-private partnerships, efficient and well-designed public policies, and a sound and coherent regulatory framework that provides certainty, we can move toward a more sustainable and prosperous future.

Disruptive innovation in physical and tangible technologies, known as Deep Science, is essential to achieve the EU's strategic objectives, especially climate goals. It offers an opportunity to develop technologies that pave the way towards a more sustainable, competitive and resilient Europe.

Just as the law of gravity is not the ultimate cause of plane crashes, neither is lack of finance the root cause of failure to achieve climate targets.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) painted a bleak picture in its Sixth Synthesis Report on climate change: the window of opportunity to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement is continuing to close.

With COP 27 over, the balance of what has been achieved is a bit unsatisfactory: a missed opportunity to make decisive progress on mitigation, adaptation and climate finance, which is not offset by the progress in reparations for climate loss a…