While we're unlikely to get atmospheric CO2 concentrations down as low as they were (275 ppm) before we started pumping pollution skyward during the Industrial Revolution, climate scientists and green leaders agree that 350 ppm would be a tolerable upper limit.
What does TUL stand for?
TUL stands for Tolerable Upper Limit
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Samples in periodicals archive:
TOLERABLE UPPER LIMIT ALSO FLAWED The recommended Tolerable Upper Limit for vitamin C, 2000 mg per day, gives the false impression that amounts beyond this would be toxic or produce side effects.
Dunn, professor of medicine at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, who was involved in the effort, The panel concluded that as much as 1,100 [micro]g/day may be safe for most adults, while 300 [micro]g is a tolerable upper limit for children from birth to 8 years, and 600 [micro]g is a tolerable upper limit for children from 9 to 13 years.