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Greenhouse gases (GHG) trap heat in the atmosphere and make the Earth warmer. The gases with the most significant impact on global warming are water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. Other common greenhouse gases include ozone and chlorofluorocarbons.
GHG emissions are measured in carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2-e). Each greenhouse gas varies in terms of its contribution to climate change so these are combined into a single, consistent value of CO2-e.
More information about climate change, the projected impacts for Tasmania and what you can do, is available to download in the following Fact Sheets:
Climate change is a serious and complex issue, which presents challenges and opportunities for Tasmania. The Tasmanian Government is focused on taking practical actions to reduce the State’s emissions and respond to the impacts of a changing climate.
The benefits of taking action on climate change include achieving cost savings by using resources more efficiently, building on Tasmania’s competitive strengths in areas such as renewable energy, and stimulating innovation, growth, and investment as well as creating jobs.
The impacts of climate-related extreme events represent a major risk for Tasmania. Assisting our businesses, communities and government to prepare for, respond to, and recover from these events is a priority. However, the comparatively modest impacts of climate change forecast for Tasmania offer a number of opportunities for growth.
The Government is leading a number of projects to manage climate risks and capitalise on opportunities, and there are also a number of other emissions reduction projects underway in sectors such as transport and energy.