题目：The chart below shows the depth of snow(cm) in a particular ski resort in Canada in three individual years.
题目：Some people think that one of the best ways to solve environmental problems is to increase the cost of fuels for cars and other vehicles. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
参考范文：The severity and urgency of properly addressing environmental problems are hardly arguable, yet the specific method is contested for decades. Although many choose to believe the solidity of dealing with these issues with higher price of fuels, I consider this as too narrow an approach.
While the occurrence of positive outcome towards environment is almost inevitable were the price of fuels to increase, the final result may not be as expected for long. Rooted from the human nature of rejecting any cost increase, the leading reason for the optimistic attitude of this particular approach would be the effect on limiting the number of cars and therefore reducing the amount of environment-damaging gas emission. However, since the cost of public transport would also be affected, resistance in people with the need of travel seems to be inevitable, hence the impossibility of achieving the desired goal.
In addition, the delicacy of eco-system and the complexity of environmental issues make the proposal mentioned above nothing but a delusion. In fact, one must not only notice the close interaction within the sub-system of environment, for example the pollutant in soil will eventually migrate into water body, but also fully appreciate the necessity of comprehensively solving environmental problems, meaning that the overall performance of any eco-system will not become better if only the air quality were to be improved. Therefore, the method of meddling with fuel price can only be described as biased, as it merely focuses on the issue of air pollutants.
Overall, increasing the price of fuels is most defiantly not the best solution to environmental issues, as it has neglected both the reaction of consumers and the complexity of environment.