TE-G Method 1 docs

Stage 1 - Introduction: presenting the documents
Similarities: Both documents deal with UK’s challenged maritime power that is to say ...def... on a national scale. They come from the same report entitled Foresight Future of the Sea by the gvt chief scientific adviser published by the Gvt Office for Science in 2018.
Differences: The 1st document is a bar graph showing maritime industries jobs & value added whereas the text focuses on UK’s strategy.
Give structure: In a 1st part we’ll see UK's maritime economic power using the graph & in a 2nd part I’ll analyse its environmental challenges thank to the report.

Stage 2 - Analysing the documents

DESCRIBING - What you see (docs)
INTERPRETING - What you know (facts & notions)
1. Economic power with the bar graph

Highest number of people employed : marine tourism (>200 000 jobs), shipping (>150 000 jobs) & ports (nearly 1250 000 jobs)
Highest gross value added : offshore oil & gas (25 billion £ direct GVA) / offshore renewables (1 billion £)

vert clair Ocean economy (def)
- vert moyen blue tourism (def), shipping flags (facts), port upgrading (facts)
- oil & gas + offshore wind (facts), vert foncé energy transition (def)

2. But environmental challenge thanks to report

P1. Sea essential
to the UK and the OTs economically & environmentally
P2 But maritime environment threatened
by climate change, pollution, fishing
=> P3 UK must react
=> UK more sustainable practices to protect the environment => good for UK economy and image

- jaune Seapower (def) + orange OTs (def)
- caramel Climate change (def), rouge pressure on resources (def)
- bleu clair MPA (def), bleu moyen sustainable development (def), bleu foncé environmental transition (def) => mauve soft power (def)

Stage 3 - Concluding
Assess docs: To conclude, these documents are reliable reliable as we have their full references and both unbiased as they describes the facts (+ & -) or give figures.
Sum-up ideas: These docs show that UK’s power depends on maritime economy and environment which is why it needs to adopt more sustainable practices to reduce maritime risks and boost its economy - and good image.
We may wonder in what way UK’s hard power also depends on the sea.