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negotiators planning to enforce any field without sanctions or punishment , but some are in disagreement over what will keep the two hundred participating government in line really developed a Doyle the climate group be more along the lines of the nuclear agreement that will be along the lines of something you're staying on the World Trade Organization when you come out and black trade sanctions on people , on a good some people say that just isn't good enough , the Brazilians especially Hamas radical proposal which they should have an international climate justice tribunal , not that China will the United States to to talk and the greenhouse gases would be willing to submit themselves to a strong legal review that promises to cut to cut greenhouse gas emissions , hunter power will come down so much that makes it makes economic sense government to go ahead and do that