By 2030, CO2 emissions could climb to about 42 giga-tons from the current level of around 25 giga-tons as demand expands by 45%, and countries, particularly in the developing world, continue to turn to coal to meet that demand. But IEA senior policy adviser Francois Nguyen, a Vietnamese-Canadian, living in Paris, is adamant that a more sustainable energy path is possible.
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how the twin challenge of producing more energy with less carbon dioxide could be met