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Climate Change

In Tasmania, strategies and actions are currently being undertaken or planned to address greenhouse gas emissions and climate change adaptation. The Department has run projects which focus on climate change projection and adaptation.

The Tasmanian Climate Change Office is now coordinating a whole-of-government approach to tackling climate change.
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Climate Futures for Tasmania
Projected future changes in Tasmanian temperature, rainfall, evaporation and sea level are continuing to be developed.
Climate Change and Coastal Vulnerability
Climate change and sea-level rise will have a significant impact on Tasmania’s coastline. Adaptation strategies are constantly being refined as new in...
Coastal Risk Assessment Project
The Project developed tools and resources to assist with risk-based management and planning for various assets and values in the coastal zone.
Coastal Risk Management Plan Template
Produced for use by local planners and managers to assist in managing risks to assets in the coastal zone vulnerable to sea-level rise. In addition a ...
Natural Systems Resiliency Project
The Natural Systems Resilient to Climate Change Project addresses the need for the Tasmanian Government and the community to better understand the ris...

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

Monitoring Impact of Climate Change on the TWWHA

Implementing Adaptation to ClimateChange in Terrestial and Freshwater Natural Environments in Tasmania

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