Impact Factors (K) are how we measure and value Carbon ppm (parts per million) reduction (C) and the restoration of our ecological biodiversity, or what we call the Intemerate Offsets (N).
Impact (K) measures economic interactions that seek to transition away from how we value environmental degradation and resource depletion.
Over time, as we transition from the initial loss of our Regional Assets (R) with our Ecological Assets (V), economies are likely to modulate these values based upon what we can tangibly and practically afford to do with new access to infrastructure. This is further elaborated in the monetary equivalence (M∑) slide.
Accounting for Impact (K) factors can result in more equitable investment of labor, goods and services, technologies, infrastructure and R&D targeting restoration.