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The bar chart compares the amount of CO2 emission in tons from 4 different means of transport, and the line graph illustrates the number of these vehicles in mollions un England and Wales for the period 2000 to 2020.
It is clear that the chart indicates a rise in the emission of CO2 from cars, vans and trucks between these years, with the figures for the cars being always highest. Overall, the graph shows that the number of vehicles on road is expected to continue to increase sharply. (Overall, there is a sustained rise in the number of vehicles.)
In 2000, twenty tons of emissions came from the cars, followed by fifteen tons from the truck. The van was responsible for a lower amount of CO2 emission (approximately thirteen tons), but only about eight tons was produces by the bus. Over the twenty years period, emission from each kind of vehicles is predicted to rise by one to six tons, but the car is predicted to see the fastest increase, reaching a peak of over twenty five tons in 2020.
This growth stems from the overcrowding of vehicles. There were twenty million vehicles in 2000 in these nations which climbed gradually to somewhere in the vicinity of forty million in the year 2010. After that, this figure is predicted to peak at sixty million in 2020.


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The bar chart compares the amount of CO2 emission in tons from 4 different means of transport, and the line graph illustrates the number of these vehicles in mollions un England and Wales for the period 2000 to 2020.
It is clear that the chart indicates a rise in the emission of CO2 from cars, vans and trucks between these years, with the figures for the cars being always highest. Overall, the graph shows that the number of vehicles on (missing word) road is expected to continue to increase sharply. (Overall, there is a sustained rise in the number of vehicles.)
In 2000, twenty tons of emissions came from the cars, followed by fifteen tons from the truck. (That was one bad polluting truck!) The van was responsible for a lower amount of CO2 emission (approximately thirteen tons), but only about eight tons was produces by the bus. Over the twenty years period, emission from each kind of vehicles is predicted to rise by one to six tons, but the car is predicted to see the fastest increase, (??) reaching a peak of over twenty five tons in 2020.
This growth stems from the overcrowding of vehicles. There were twenty million vehicles in 2000 in these nations which climbed gradually to somewhere in the vicinity of forty million in the year 2010. After that, this figure the number is predicted to peak (How do you know this? ) at sixty million in 2020.