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really directorate he'll reach in Paris Saturday a sweeping plan to limit global greenhouse gas emissions and his supporters hearing and critics saying it doesn't go far enough representatives of a hundred and ninety five nations agreeing to a friend committing nearly every country to reducing carbon emissions , I think the principal element contributing impossible to change the accord includes a long term goal of reducing man made greenhouse gas emissions , and set aside billions of dollars to help poor countries develop greener economy , crowning achievement in ambitious goal of limiting global warming to one half degree Celsius , scientists warn that a global temperatures rise more than two degrees the worst effects of climate change rising seas floods droughts would become irreversible and that is what has critics worry , the core of the deal is made up of separate national plans to reduce emissions by twenty thirty as it stands those plans won't stave off a rise of two degrees , another twist to the deal it's not legally binding , but for now the U. acted on board the agreement does not require approval by the Republican controlled U. S. Senate where many conservative lawmakers rejected established climate science and object to U. S. president Barack Obama's environmental agenda the agreement reached near the end of the hottest year on record