Natural capital is defined as “the stock of renewable and non-renewable natural resources available in a locality or region” (Green & Haines, 254). Natural capital remains as one of the […]
Natural capital is defined as “The quality and quantity of natural and environmental resources existing in a community,” (table 1 presentation). Coming from a rural town, there are only a handful […]
Located in the shadow of Mount Greylock, the tallest mountain in Massachusetts, North Adams borders many State Forests. There is beautiful natural land all across the Berkshires. And, while North […]
Natural Capital: Mammoth Lakes, California As said by Mammoth Mountain CEO Rusty Gregory, “This is the mountains. Mother Nature owns the place, we just rent it,”. It is clearly evident […]
Environmental capital is all of the stock of both renewable and non-renewable resources in a given area (Green and Haines, 2016). It includes the natural resources in the community. Natural […]
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