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.
Man-made capital is a term used to describe goods that are used to produce other goods and services, such as machines, tools, buildings and infrastructure and can also include “financial capital
Nature capital. The limited stocks of physical and biological resources found on earth’ (MA, 2005) described as “natural capital”; within this, terms provide nature with a series of services that benefit society and the economy.
Social capital relates to human well-being on a social level, human capital on the individual. It consists of the social networks that support an efficient, society and facilitate social and intellectual interactions among its members.
SOCIAL CAPITAL DIAGRAM