The graph and table give information about water use worldwide and water consumption in two different countries.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The graph and table illustrate respectively information about worldwide water use by sector over a span of 100 years from 1900 to 2000 and water consumption in Brazil and Congo in 2000.
Secondly, around 1950, agricultural water use entered a period of substantial increase, jumping from 1,000,000 cubic meters to 1,500,000 cubic meters in 1960. Afterwards, the increase slowed down slightly, but then gained even stronger momentum and by 2000, it had reached 3,000,000 cubic meters. After 1950, industrial water use also began to increase greatly, arriving at 800,000 cubic meters in 1985. Then it continued to increase at an even bigger rate and reached 1,200,000 cubic meters in 2000. Household water consumption started to increase a little bit faster between 1950-1970, rising from 200 cubic meters to 400 cubic meters, then the increase accelerated and quickly climbed to 300,000 cubic meters in 2000.
All in all, after having analyzed the graph and the table, we may safely draw the conclusion that water is playing an increasingly important role in every aspect of our lives and that the water consumption gap between the two sampled countries indicates that the more developed a country is, the more water it will consume.