Hub is a term used to describe specialized nodes in a network that connects to several other nodes (i.e., it has a high number of linkages into and out of it).
Human capital generally refers to the well-being, health and productive potential of individual people and includes physical and mental health, education, motivation, and professional skills.
HUMAN CAPITAL DIAGRAM
The united nations standard measure Tools of a country’s development, based on indicators of income, education (GDP per capita) and life expectancy (expectation of life at birth).
HUMAN ENVIRONMENT SYSTEM DIAGRAM
Human need is a term used to describe a comprehensive set of fundamental basic needs that are culturally and historically universal, non-overlapping, non-substitutable, complementary to one another, and must be satisfied on a persistent basis.
The Human-environment framework is a research framework for environmental, sustainability based on an interdisciplinary theoretical and methodological approach for investigating structures, regulatory mechanisms, and decision processes on hierarchical levels, including individuals, organisations, institutions and society (such as socio-economic impacts of climate change).