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Joint Implementation (JI) Online



JI is the wide range of possible arrangements between interests in two or more countries to reduce or sequester greenhouse gas emissions.
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The concept of "joint implementation" or "activities implemented jointly" (JI or AIJ) was introduced early in the negotiations leading up to the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio, and was formally adopted into the text of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. The terms "JI" and "AIJ" have been used subsequently to describe a wide range of possible arrangements between interests in two or more countries, leading to the implementation of cooperative development projects that seek to reduce or sequester greenhouse gas emissions.


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