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Department of Premier and Cabinet

Adapting to climate change

 

Tasmania’s climate is projected to change in the future. These changes will result from greenhouse gas emissions that have already been emitted into the atmosphere and will continue to be emitted in coming years.

In the future Tasmanians will need to adapt to these changes; taking advantage of new opportunities and reducing vulnerability to detrimental climate change impacts.


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         Read the written submissions received for the Issues Paper

For the first time, climate change data is being produced at a local scale for Tasmania. Find out more about this project, and read the reports that have been produced so far. 

Reports produced by State and local government authorities in Tasmania on current and potential impacts of climate change.

Information and resources for local government authorities to help with climate change adaptation planning.

The Tasmanian Coastal Adaptation Decision Pathways Project is developing flexible coastal adaptation pathways for local communities, read more about the project.

To assist communities to plan for and adapt to these impacts, the Tasmanian Government has developed sea level rise planning allowances and coastal hazards maps.

Read case studies on adaptation projects happening across Tasmania. 

A joint production of the Tasmanian Government and the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA), the following information sheets focus on opportunities and risks associated with climate change across a range of Tasmanian agricultural enterprises

  • ClimateConnect Grants Program

    The ClimateConnect grants program aims to enable Tasmanian communities and industries to adapt to the opportunities and risks presented by climate change.