The pie charts below show World Spending, World population and Consumption of Resources.
A breakdown of Expenditure, Inhabitant, and Consumption of Resources in the world which are measured in the percentage, are illustrated by the pie charts. At first glance, that is obvious that there are different percentage of expenditures by people in the world. Consumption of resources is dominated by USA and some countries in Europe. A significant difference is shown in the number of population among some continents.
Moving to population in the world, the significant percentage of population in the world is extremely dominated by Asia, at nearly three-fifths. In spite of that, Africa shows the reverse at one in ten. On the other hand, Europe and Americas present the similar pattern of population, at 14 percent followed by others that stand at a very small number.
Turning to the expenditures in the world, the expenditure for food holds the highest percentage in the world spending at practically quarter which is followed by transport as the second that shows 18 percent and housing spending is twice as less than food expenditure. By contrast, clothing spending stands at the least proportion that explains solely 6% and 40 percent for other spending. Interestingly, the highest proportion of resources consumption are dominated by USA and Europe that show at 60 percent than others which are solely two-fifths.