According to the Victorian Climate Projections Report 2019, there have already been significant changes in Victoria due to climate change.
Multiple lines of evidence indicate the global climate has changed predominantly due to human activity, and changes are projected to continue.
Food and fibre producers are now trying to adapt to these drastic changes in how they farm.
Victoria’s temperature increased by just over 1°C between 1910 and 2018 and will result in temperatures in Gippsland increasing.
Annual rainfall in Gippsland is likely to decline by 15%.
As warming continues, scientists expect more heat extremes in the decades to come.
Sea levels are expected to continue rising through the 21st century