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- "Infrastructural capital is non-natural support systems (e.g. clothing, shelter, roads, PCs) that minimize need for new social trust, instruction, and natural resources." - Hubley, cited in Harding.
Infrastructural capital is not a well-defined term. It could even be considered a neologism. The usual term for what the article describes is physical capital, which does not include natural capital. see eg
"Infrastructural capital which is a broad category of assets that contribute to how an organisation conducts business; such as processes, financial relationships, communication systems, information systems, philosophies, and financial structures (Brooking 1999)."