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What is CLINSH?
CLINSH is a European consortium promoting clean inland waterway transport. Within CLINSH Dutch, Belgian, German and English public and private organizations work together.  September 1st, 2016 the consortium CLINSH started the implementation of the CLINSH project with a Grant of the European fund LIFE. The province Zuid-Holland is the lead partner of the CLINSH project.

What its main objective?
The main objective of CLINSH is to improve air quality in urban areas by accelerating emission reductions in Inland Waterway Transport. 

The CLINSH consortium aims to:
* demonstrate the effectiveness of greening measures in the IWT sector
* stimulate the sector to personally take these greening measures
* contribute to improving air quality.

Read more about the project and its activities.


The European Life Program

Clinsh fits in the European Life Program. Life is a European project that supports environmental, nature conservation and climate action projects. Since 1992, Life has co-financed some 4306 projects. For the 2014-2020 funding period, Life will contribute approximately € 3.4 billion to the protection of the environment and climate.  

 

Latest tweets

twitter media CLINSH ambassador Rik Janssen paid a visit to Els & Tom Bosman, skippers of the Mon-Desir. Janssen: "#CLINSH skippers are the front runners heading for sustainable #inlandshipping." Meet them at the mid-term conference in Brussels ➡️ https://t.co/MKn8QXi82D https://t.co/EAr6Kn6I7K

maandag 18 februari 2019 - 7 Likes

RT @aqualinknl: Zaterdag 16 maart is Dag van de Binnenvaart. Op zaterdag 16 maart vindt voor het eerst de Dag van Binnenvaart plaats. Op di…

vrijdag 15 februari 2019 - 0 Likes

CLINSH contributes to …

Clean air in the vicinity of inland waterways particularly in highly densed populated areas

A sustainable and future proof inland waterway transport sector

The development of financial, legal and economical incentives for the inland shipping sector