section A- A section that introduces the subject of the life- cycle analysis and in which you report

section A- A section that introduces the subject of the life- cycle analysis and in which you report a life cycle analysis, a critical discussion of your findings and a literature cited section.

section B- subdivide into subsections with their own subheadings. introduction to the problem and product and a section in which you outline the basic methods that you used to drive the life cycle.

section C- It should include discussion where you interpret the result of your analysis.

It should be in Chicago style and the length should be 4 pages double spaced, excluding literature cited section, figures and tables.

To supplement the text draw a flow diagram showing the components of life- cycle, with the arrows indicating the specific flows of materials, energy and wasted involved. I’ll post some examples below.

Life Cycle Analysis from the Environmental Literacy Council: 

Life Cycle Assessmentfrom the WWW Virtual Library on Urban Environmental Management: 

Story of Stuff (Website and movies):  Especially the original

Story of Stuff, Story of Change and the Story of Solutions