Joint implementation (JI): A mechanism under the Kyoto Protocol through which a developed country can receive "emissions reduction units" when it helps to finance projects that reduce net greenhouse-gas emissions in another developed country (in practice, the recipient state is likely to be a country with an "economy in transition"). An Annex I Party must meet specific eligibility requirements to participate in joint implementation. These projects generate ERUs
JUSSCANNZ: The JUSSCANNZ is a group of non-European Union industrialised nations in the Kyoto Protocol negotiations including Japan, United States, Switzerland, Canada, Australia, Norway, and New Zealand. Iceland, Mexico, and the Republic of Korea.