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The graph shows average carbon dioxide emissions per person in the UK, Sweden, Italy, and Portugal between 1967 and 2007.

The graph illustrate the amount of carbon dioxide per person, which was emitted by the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy and Portugal from 1967 to 2007. Overall, although, the United Kingdom, decreased the average carbon dioxide emissions per person continually, it had the highest share of emitting. In addition, Italy and Portugal released carbon dioxide increasingly. In 1967, the United Kingdom by emitting more than 10 metric tonnes carbon dioxide per person averagely. By passing the time the UK was able to reduce this amount to 8 metric tonnes in 2007, nevertheless, throughout the described interval, the United Kingdom was the first country. Trend of average carbon dioxide emission in Sweden had a different behavior, first of the all from 1967 to 1977, with a stunning rise, it reached at 10 metric tonnes and then, reduced to less than 6 metric tonnes. On the other hand, Italy and Portugal evacuated 4. 5 and 1. 5 metric tonnes carbon dioxide per person respectively, while both countries, increased the emission of carbon dioxide per person and in 2007, Italy emitted 6 and Portugal released 8 metric tonnes carbon dioxide per person. in fact, in 2007 Sweden released the latest amount of carbon dioxide per person.

IELTS academic The graph shows average carbon dioxide emissions per person in the UK, Sweden, Italy, and Portugal between 1967 and 2007. Summarize the information by selecting the main features and make comparison where relevant. v.2

The graph
illustrate
the amount of
carbon
dioxide per
person
, which
was emitted
by the
United
Kingdom, Sweden, Italy and Portugal from 1967 to 2007.

Overall
, although, the
United
Kingdom, decreased the average
carbon
dioxide emissions per
person
continually
, it had the highest share of emitting.
In addition
, Italy and Portugal released
carbon
dioxide
increasingly
.

In 1967, the
United
Kingdom by emitting more than 10 metric tonnes
carbon
dioxide per
person
averagely
. By passing the time the UK was able to
reduce
this amount to 8 metric tonnes in 2007,
nevertheless
, throughout the
described
interval, the
United
Kingdom was the
first
country. Trend of average
carbon
dioxide emission in Sweden had a
different
behavior,
first
of the all from 1967 to 1977, with a stunning rise, it reached at 10 metric tonnes and then,
reduced
to less than 6 metric tonnes.

On the other hand
, Italy and Portugal evacuated 4. 5 and 1. 5 metric tonnes
carbon
dioxide per
person
respectively
, while both countries, increased the emission of
carbon
dioxide per
person
and in 2007, Italy emitted 6 and Portugal released 8 metric tonnes
carbon
dioxide per
person
.
in
fact, in 2007 Sweden released the latest amount of
carbon
dioxide per
person
.
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