Premier Peter Gutwein has confirmed his new ministry will be announced on Friday.
Mr Gutwein made a media appearance with Deputy Premier Jeremy Rockliff and former deputy leadership contender Elise Archer on Tuesday.
Ms Archer deflected questions on whether she was disappointed there wasn't a party room vote on the leadership but reiterated comments that the party was united.
She said it was for Mr Gutwein to decide whether she would hold onto her corrections, arts and building and construction portfolios, as well as her position as Attorney-General.
Despite talking about the need to do more about climate change on Monday, Mr Gutwein would not commit to the creation of a climate change portfolio.
"I'm going through those processes at the moment and obviously giving consideration to what the new ministry looks like," he said
"We've got a very good story to tell in Tasmania on climate change.
"We have a very strong position on climate change and we should be taking a lead nationally in talking about it."
He would not reveal if he would retain the treasury portfolio nor if any of his colleagues had expressed interest in it.
Greens leader Cassy O'Connor said Mr Gutwein needed to create a climate change portfolio and take charge of it to ensure action over all parts of government.
She said the Climate Change Action Act was outdated and overdue for review.
Ms O'Connor said the Greens were working on a climate emergency bill, to be introduced when parliamentary sittings resume, which would set targets across all sectors of the economy.
Labor's climate change spokesperson Alison Standen questioned the Liberals' commitment to action on climate change.
"Peter Gutwein says the government must do more on climate change and he's right," she said.
"Labor acknowledges that climate change is having environmental, social and economic impacts that cannot be ignored, and we all have a role to play in mitigating its effects.
"We need to support our communities and businesses adapt to the risks presented by climate change, to ensure a just transition as new jobs are created in new industries."