Joint Implementation (JI) is the process whereby a Government or private entity from one country invests in an emission-reducing project in another country and claims credit for the emission reductions. This chapter will focus on the ‘pure’ form of JI in which a developed country invests in a project located in a developing country.
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- Joint Implementation: A Survey of Principles and Practical Issues
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