Unlike fiction or journalistic writing, the overall structure of academic writing is formal and logical. It must be cohesive and possess a logically organized flow of ideas; this means that the various parts are connected to form a unified whole. There should be narrative links between sentences and paragraphs so the reader is able to follow your argument and all sources are properly cited. The introduction should include a description of how the rest of the paper is organized.
The conclusion offers you the opportunity to elaborate on the impact and significance of your findings. So by quoting all the necessary citations and references, I can once again urge for the urgency of situation. The conclusion also provides a place for you to persuasively and succinctly restate your research problem, given that the reader has now been presented with all the information about the topic. We can also emphasize on that whether this project help to find an important literature gap. While my concluding sentence can be, ‘We make the world we live in and we shape our environment so if today we burn the fossil fuel then tomorrow we might be fossil under the sea.’ Environmental degradation due to improper solid waste management which can crucially effect on our health can be beautifully summarized into the above lines as it embraces all the charm of this literature.