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energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissionsThe first chart below shows how energy is used in an average Australian household. The second chart shows the green house gas emissions which result from this energy use.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
Write at least 150 words.Answer:(Introduction)
The two pie charts give the information about the percentage of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions in an Australian household averagely.(Main body 1)
The most principal component of energy use is heating, occupying 42%, followed by water heating which accounted for 30%. There was a moderate energy use in other appliances while refrigeration and lighting occupy 7% and 4% respectively compared to the cooling only used 2% of energy.(Main body 2)
At the same time, the proportion of greenhouse gas emissions are distributed unevenly as well. The most significant amount can be seen in water heating with 32% as opposed to the least one, water heating, with only 3%, while other appliances emit 28%, which is staggeringly higher than heating and refrigeration, both at circa 15%. In addition, there is just 8% emissions due to the lighting.(Overall)
Overall, most energy are used in heating but considerable emissions are produced by water heating and other appliances while cooling is the most insignificant one in both energy consumption and gas production.
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IELTS 10 Test 1