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The charts show the information about the water consumption and water residential use in Australia in 2004.
The pie chart compares the amount of water consumed in some different areas in the year 2004 in Australia. The table shows how much water was consumed in Australian families.
It is clear that most of water was used inthe domestic sector, while outdoor water use accounted for a big part.
We can see from the pie chart that water exerted a big role in the local family since 70% of water was consumed indoors, with 57% in residential houses and 13% of it used in residential apartments, while governments and businesses needed lots of water, at around 10% respectively.
Although outdoor water use, such as gardening, made up approximately 30% of household use, the rest of them was used in the room. 28% of water was used for shower, followed by washing clothes(20%). Toilet and kitchen seemed to consume the least water in the bar chart.
|Traffic and accommodation problems are increasing and government should encourage some businesses to move from cities to rural areas. Does advantage outweigh the disadvantages?|
It is sometimes argued that some business should be removed from cities to rural areas. Personally, I believe thishas more benefits than drawbacks.
Firstly, suburbs usually have better surroundings than urban areas. This is because companies can provide their employees with a better office environment and living condition there, which would enhance employees’ enthusiasm for work. In addition, a comfortable office environment and living condition can decrease frequency of talent-flowing and ensure companies’ development.
Secondly, migrating some business to rural areas will make our cities a better place to live in. Large factory buildings will cover urban places extensively. If businesses relocate their factories to rural areas, these places can be used to build roads, parks, hospitals and other public facilities, and there might be less traffic jam in the rush hour. At the same time, governments can plant moregreenery to reduce air pollution. As a result, it provides citizens with better air quality, which is beneficial for their health.
However, we have to admit that this policy still exist some disadvantages. Although moving some business torural areas can ease traffic problems, it will increase the cost of transportation for those who live in the remote areas. Besides, the ecosystem inrural areas is quite fragile, the over-exploration may causeirreversible damage to our environment if we fail to provide some reasonableplans.
In conclusion, I believe that moving some business to rural areas will bring more advantages.