Joint implementation(JI)


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Terms & Synonyms

Joint implementation(JI)

Official WHO Definition

Other Definitions

A provision of the Climate Change Convention that allows Parties to implement their commitments jointly with another state -- the expectation being that an industrialized country would provide a developing country with financial or technical assistance.


Interpretations and Explanations


implementation(JI) WHO-Lexicon page (translations and examples)

See also

Joint implementation(JI)

External Resources


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