The bar & line graph compare the amount of CO2 emitted from means of transport, and data on the number of vehicles respectively in England and Wales over a period of 20 years from 2000.

It is clear that the graphs showed an upward trend, with an exception for the amount of CO2 emission of bus , rising from 2000 to 2020. It is also noted that the CO2 emission of car was significantly higher than those of van and truck.

Looking at the bar chart, in 2000, the highest CO2 emission figure was seen in car (20 tons). The number of CO2 which was emitted by van and truck slightly increased, 13 tons and 15 tons respectively. Meanwhile, those of bus stabilised at 8 tons. A last year surveyed, the figure for CO2 emission of car, van and truck, increased to 26 tons, 15 tons, 15 tons respectively.

Of the line graph, in the period surveyed, the figure for vehicles showed a steady increase, rising by 20 tons each decade. They rocketed from the high point of 20 tons, hitting to the greatest point of nearly 60 tons.

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The bar & line graph (Is there only one graph?) compare (Make sure the verb agrees with its subject!) the amount of CO2 emitted from means of transport, (Means of transport do not emit CO2. These sentences are correct: CO2 is emitted from the tailpipes of cars, trucks and buses. A lot of CO2 is emitted annually by cars, buses and trucks. Emissions of CO2 from gasoline-powered vehicles can pollute the air.) and data on the number of vehicles respectively in England and Wales over a period of 20 years from 2000.

It is clear that The graphs showed an upward trend, with an exception for the amount of CO2 emission of bus , (wrong phrasing) rising from 2000 to 2020. It is also noted that the CO2 emission (wrong form) of car (wrong form) was significantly higher than those of van (wrong form) and truck. (wrong form)

Looking at the bar chart, we can see that in 2000, the highest CO2 emissions came from figure was seen in car (20 tons). The number of CO2 (You cannot count CO2, so you can't have a number of CO2.) which was emitted by van (wrong form) and truck (wrong form) slightly increased, (from what level?) 13 tons and 15 tons respectively. Meanwhile, those of bus stabilised at 8 tons. A last year surveyed, (You wrote past tense. Is 2020 in the past?) the figure for CO2 emission of car, van and truck, increased to 26 tons, 15 tons, 15 tons respectively.

Of the line graph, in the period surveyed, (past tense?) the figure for vehicles showed a steady increase, rising by 20 tons (???) each decade. They rocketed from the high point of 20 tons, (???) hitting to the greatest point of nearly 60 tons.(???)

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The figures compare a lot of CO2 that emitted annually by cars, buses and trucks, and data on the number of vehicles in England and Wales over a period of 20 years from 2000.

Overall, the graphs showed an upward trend, with an exception for the amount of buses’ CO2 emission. It is also noted that the cars’ CO2 emission was significantly higher than those from vans and trucks.

Looking at the bar chart, in the first decade, the highest level of CO2 emission came from cars (from 20 tons to nearly 23 tons), whereas, the opposite was true of buses’s CO2 emission, with about 8 tons, remaining the same over the period surveyed. The amount of CO2 which was emitted by vans and trucks experienced a slight rise, increasing by 1 tons and 2 tons respectively. A last decade, the figure for CO2 emission from cars and vans was a steady rise, growing by 3 tons, 1 tons respectively.

Of the line graph, the figure for vehicles showed a steady increase, rising by 20 millions each decade. They rocketed from the high point of 20 millions, hitting the greatest point of nearly 60 millions.

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