Emissions - TAS

What is Mt CO₂-e? Emissions are a combination of gases. Most are Carbon Dioxide (CO₂). The other gases are measured as a Carbon Dioxide equivalent (CO₂-e) based on the amount of heat they trap in the atmosphere. They’re measured in Million Tonnes (Mt).

Total and Target

Explainer

Tasmania has already achieved net-zero emissions.

This is because the state's renewable energy production - particularly hydroelectric power -  exceeds its own energy consumption.

Tasmania aims to maintain its net-zero emissions status and help Australia's overall emissions reduction.

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Data

Total and Target

Australia

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Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

Trend

Total and Target

Tasmania

Comparison

Total and Target

Tasmania

Energy - Total

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Energy - Total

Australia

YEAR

Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

Trend

Energy - Total

Tasmania

Transport

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Transport

Australia

YEAR

Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

Trend

Transport

Tasmania

Agriculture

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Agriculture

Australia

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Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

Trend

Agriculture

Tasmania

Industrial Processes

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Industrial Processes

Australia

YEAR

Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

Trend

Industrial Processes

Tasmania

Waste

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Waste

Australia

YEAR

Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

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Waste

Tasmania

Land Use

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Land Use

Australia

YEAR

Mt CO₂-e

NET

v 2005

Trend

Land Use

Tasmania

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