The line graph shows the number of vehicles in England and Wales from 2000 to 2020, while the bar graph shows the CO2 emissions from cars, buses, vans, and trucks over the same period. In all, the number of cars increased more than thrice during 20 years, and CO2 emissions rose at the same time.
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In England and Wales in 2000, there were close to 20 million automobiles. Its number climbed marginally to 35 million in the next ten years, and it then rose rapidly over time to reach around 60
million by the year 2020.
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The four main sources of CO2 emissions are displayed in the column graph. The main source of CO2 emissions was cars, which increased from 2.3 tonnes in 2000 to 3 tonnes in 2020. Curiously, trucks also
predicted a similar trajectory to that of automobiles, but with a somewhat lower total quantity, from 0.6 tonnes in 2000 to 1.3 tonnes in 2020. Buses and vans, on the other hand, produced the least quantity of CO2 during this time among the four
categories of vehicles mentioned. By the year 2020, vans and buses would each generate about 0. 6 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
In conclusion, the trend towards car ownership is still expanding now, and by 2020, greater growth is anticipated. In the Future emissions of CO2 are also anticipated to rise.