The given first chart illustrates Australian household energy use while the another also shows about Australian house greenhouse gas emissions.
It is evident from the first one, heating is the biggest part: 42%, following with water heating is fewer with 12%. Other appliances accounts for only 15%, all refrigerator, cooling and lighting are each other under 7%.
On the other hand, the second chart shows the green house gas emission which result from this energy. Looking at this it is easily appear that water heating accounts for the biggest part 32%. Heating in here is only 15%, fewer than nearly 3 times. Cooling, refrigerator and lighting are also the smallest with in order: 3%, 14% and 8%.
To summarise therefore, both the pie charts illustrate how Australia use energy and emissaries gas. Although the percentages are different, the results are very relevant.