The two charts represent the use of energy in average Australian household and discharge of greenhouse gases from the use of energy respectively

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Task 1.

The two charts represent the use of energy in average Australian household and discharge of greenhouse gases from the use of energy respectively.

In total, it can be observed that heating and water heating are two major utilizers of energy, resulting substantial amount of greenhouse emissions as an outcome of energy consumption.

Specifically, it is clear from the chart that heating, being the biggest absorber of energy with 42% produces only 15% of harmful gases, which is almost triple less. Meanwhile, another huge sector of energy use, water heating, using one thirds of energy, produces 32% of fumes, turning it to the dominant evolver of greenhouse gases. Strikingly, one of the important branches of household, refrigerators, consuming only 7% of energy, doubles in proportion when exhausting harmful emissions and makes up 14%.

Following the tendency of refrigerators, the relation between energy use and hazardous emissions by other appliances also show identical results, as 15% of energy is being consumed while emitting almost a quarter of total greenhouse gases. In the meantime, the smallest consumers of energy-cooling (2%) and lightning (4%) generated 11% of greenhouse emissions altogether.

Task 1

The tables illustrate the data on sales (in mln euros) of coffee and bananas under the brand of Fairtrade in five European countries in two different timescales of 1999 and 2004.

Overall, it can be concluded from the tables that UK was the greatest consumer of coffee, while bananas seem to have been sold the most in Switzerland.

Conserning the sales of coffee, it is clear that the marketing rate was different but generally showed a rise in five given countries. If UK bought coffee only in the sum of 1,5 mln euros in 1999, after five years this number showed a staggering rise and made up 20 mln euros. In Switzerland the amount of bought coffee doubled in size from 3 to 6 in the period given. Remaining countries namely Denmark, Belgium and Sweden also went up in this inducator but slightly and varied from average of 1 to 2 mln euroes during the term.

As for the sales of bananas in these territories the dominating country appears to have been Switzerland. While purchasing the fruit of 15 mln euros in 1999, it more than tripled in amount and compiled 47 mln in 2004. Sales in the UK elevated from 1 to 5,5 mln, in Belgium it also expanded significantly from 0,6 to 4 mln euros. However, in Denmark and Sweden the trades of bananas between 1999 and 2004 reduced slightly in the average of 0,8 mln in each countries.
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