The emissions that we release into the atmosphere can affect the quality of the air we breathe or may build up in the atmosphere leading to climate change
The climate of NSW is changing due to global warming.
increase in average temperature from 1960–90 to the present time
In 2016, greenhouse gas emissions for NSW were 131.6 million tonnes CO2-e. Emissions peaked in 2007 and are now 18.7% lower than 2005 levels.
lower than in 2005
NSW air quality is generally good or very good and consistently complies with national air quality standards for carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, lead and sulfur dioxide.
compliance by service stations