Assumptions

What is included?

General assumptions: Domestic European production farm to fork.

Material

Material is included.

Production

Production is included.

Distribution

Distribution is included.

Use

Use is included.

End of life

End of life is not included.

Sources

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Kathie
BA.Sc. Global Sustainable Development, University of Warwick