Bài viết mẫu của writing task 1
The table below shows CO2 emissions for different forms of transport in the European Union.
The Pie Chart shows the percentage of European Union funds being spent on different forms of transport.
Sample Answer :
The given graphs provide information on the amount of Carbon dioxide emission per person from different vehicles in the European Union and also show the expenditures on different modes of transportations. As is observed from the given illustration, the highest amount of CO2 per person is emitted by the Air transports and European Union spends highest percentage of funds for the road transportation system.
According to the bar graph, a single passenger of a personal cars emit around 130 gm of CO2 per kilometer while a passenger in a bus contribute to 65 gm of emission per kilometer. Coaches, maritime and rail passengers emit the lowest amount of CO2 which is about 50 grams per passenger in a kilometer. Finally a single passenger of airplane contributes to 370 km of CO2 per kilo which is the highest amount of CO2 emission among the given transportations.
Based on the pie chart, the European Union spent the highest amount (52%) on the road transportation system while spent only 1% or 2% on ports, waterway airport intermodal and other transport systems. They spent 31% on rail system and 10% on public transportation system. This indicates the European Union spent the majority of the budget on public transportations.
In summary, Airplanes and personal car using passengers per person cause more CO2 emission than other mode of public transportation and European Union spend more on road and railways than other mode of transports