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The charts below give the information about the way in which water was used in different countries in 2000.
The two charts compares the allocation of water consumption to three different sectors, namely agriculture, household and industry in four countries in 2000.
Looking at the graph, it’s immediately obvious that agriculture registered the highest proportion of global water use. Besides, most of the quantity of water used for agriculture went for China and India.
It can be clear that in that year, agriculture accounted for about 70% of total world water consumption while the amount of water used for industrial activities was only a third of this figure. The smallest allocation went for residential use at roughly 8%.
China and India were two nations where the water use for farming was higher than that for domestic and industry. The figures for this were around 69% in China and just over 90% in India. An opposite distribution is seen in New Zealand and Canada ,where the portion for agricultural activities was only nearly 44% and 10% , respectively while industry accounted for the largest percentage of water consumed in Canada, at approximately 80%.