The 5th edition of the largest South Asian exhibition and conference in refrigeration and cold chain industry solution RefCold India took place in Ahmedabad from 8-10 December 2022. Although the event was focused on technologies and solutions in the region, ENOUGH was also participating highlighting the need to develop a climate friendly cold chain infrastructure in India to cut the regional food supply chain emissions. ENOUGH was promoted both in the IIR-ISHRAE shared booth and in a 2 days seminar dedicated to INDEE+ project which is coordinated by Armin Hafner (NTNU). INDEE+ is Norwegian funded project aiming to support India into the transition into clean and efficient cooling, heating, and refrigeration systems. Both ENOUGH project coordinator Kristina Widell (SINTEF O) and the Emissions work package leader Yosr Allouche (IIR) have reported ENOUGH first outcomes to the Indian stakeholders on how a climate resilient cold chain would reduce food loss and waste. A saved food that would contribute to feed 224.3 million undernourished people in India while reducing the country associated GHG emissions. Sitting at INDEE+ panel discussion, Kristina and Yosr have also featured the importance of training skills, capacity building of all cold chain actors from farmers to consumer. Not only that, the role of education for children in addressing the climate matter from childhood as well as the need for attracting more women into the refrigeration sector while developing the technology infrastructure was addressed.