Vital Capitals

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|Notes=Types of capital resources required for basic human and/or non-human well-being, the absence of which can put such well-being at risk.  In sustainability theory and practice, such capitals generally consist of natural or ecological capital, and anthro capital (i.e., human, social, and constructed capital).   
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|Notes=Types of capital resources required for basic human and/or non-human well-being, the absence of which can put such well-being at risk.  In sustainability theory and practice, such capitals generally consist of natural or ecological capital, and anthro capital (i.e., human, social, and constructed capital).  The combination of their respective stocks and flows are also sometimes referred to as their carrying capacities.
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|Related terms=Context-Based Sustainability, Context-Based Metrics, Anthro Capital
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Term or phrase Vital Capitals
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Notes Types of capital resources required for basic human and/or non-human well-being, the absence of which can put such well-being at risk. In sustainability theory and practice, such capitals generally consist of natural or ecological capital, and anthro capital (i.e., human, social, and constructed capital). The combination of their respective stocks and flows are also sometimes referred to as their carrying capacities.
Related terms Context-Based Sustainability, Context-Based Metrics, Anthro Capital, Carrying Capacity
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