Ecological Assets (V) are what will help to make economies equitable and enhance our Monetary Equivalence Assessment (M∑).
Accounting for factors of Equalization (Q) and Impact (K) is likely to make up for the loss in our Regional Assets (R). It also addresses aspects of our economy that are missed through post-colonial, neoliberal definitions of economic activity. V will reduce the incidence of debt, currency imbalances and other factors that obscure and obstruct full economic development and the protection of our ecological biodiversity.
Impact factors enhance how we assess Monetary Equivalence (M∑). When combined with Equalization factors, our Ecological Assets reverse the effects of centuries of industrial greed and colonial malfeasance.