The two pie charts, one labelled 2040 and the other 2060, divide the projections for global production into six sectors, services, energy, manufacturing, agriculture, materials and infor-com tech.

Overall, there will be a drop in two sectors, energy and agriculture, in contrast to a slight rise in the four remaining sectors. The greastest difference between the two years will be agriculture. The largest percentages in both years will be service and manufacturing.

In detail, in 2040 energy will be double agriculture, but it will be five times as much as the other in 2060 (5% versus 1%). The smallest percentage in 2040 will go to materials, with 3%, whereas it will go to agriculture, which will make up only 1% in 2060. In 2040, only two sectors, materials and energy will account for 10%; however, it will produce 10% of its production from three sectors: energy (5%), materials (4%), agriculture (1%) in 2060. Both two years will show an equality between energy (7% for 2040 and 5% for 2060) and the total of two sectors: materials and agriculture.

The two pie charts, one labelled 2040 and the other 2060, divide the projections for total global production into six sectors, services, energy, manufacturing, agriculture, materials and infor-com tech.

Overall, there will be a drop in the proportions for two sectors, energy and agriculture, in contrast to a slight rise in the four remaining sectors. The greastest difference between the two years will be in agriculture. The largest percentages in both years will be service and manufacturing.

In detail, in 2040 energy will be double agriculture, but it will be five times as much as the other in 2060 (5% versus 1%). (It is not a good idea to talk about the smallest categories. - Those that are less than one tenth of the total. Focus on the "main features" - the largest parts of production rather than the insignificant ones.) The smallest percentage in 2040 will go to materials, with 3%, whereas it will go to agriculture, which will make up only 1% in 2060. In 2040, only two sectors, materials and energy will account for 10%; however, it will produce 10% of its production from three sectors: energy (5%), materials (4%), agriculture (1%) in 2060. Both two years will show an equality between energy (Not good. 7 is not equal to 5) (7% for 2040 and 5% for 2060) and the total of two sectors: materials and agriculture.


This is the detail paragraph that I would suggest. Notice the coherence and cohesion, describing the largest sectors first, followed by the third-largest and then summarizing the major players. The tiny bits are briefly treated, as they do not deserve much attention.

In both years, the bulk of the global production is predicted to lie in services and manufacturing, with over 70% of the total. Over the twenty years, services will rise by 1% from 40% and manufacturing by 2% from 31%. The third largest component, technology, at 15% in 2040, will also notch up by 1%. Thus, in this forecast, these three sectors represent 86% of the total in 2040, and 90% in 2060.  The remaining three sectors together shrink in significance, especially agriculture, which will be one fourth of its 2040 value, 4%, in 2060.  There is a 1% gain in the materials sector, and 2% loss in energy, their proportions in 2040, being 3% and 7%  respectively.