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Human Designed Limits

Limits act as signals to either encourage us to act in one way or to discourage us from acting in another way. There are limits to everyday life that society places on us, or that society places upon itself. Speed limits tell us not to drive too fast, a myriad of signs such as no smoking signs restrict our behaviors, and the price of things helps consumers to gauge how much they can afford to spend on something. Just like there are limits to human designed systems, there are also natural limits that have evolved over countless millennia throughout the world’s ecological systems. Through natural actions and natural selection processes, species flourish, collapse, and adapt as they act in their own self-interests while responding to these signs or signals.


Erika Martin, M.B.A.

Meteorologist, Geoscientist

Founder, Sustainably Verified

*LeCorbusier

Sustainably Verified Team:

Jordan Chadsey, Jay Dobensky, Dr. Jay Cooper Beeks, Dr. Ronald E. Biron, Erika Martin

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