Turn Down the Heat Turn Up Your Sweater for National Sweater Day Feb. 9th

Everyone should turn the heat down a few degrees and throw on a warm sweater. Join WWF Canada in celebrating National Sweater Day on February 9, 2012. National Sweater Day is presented by Loblaws.

” What are the benefits of turning down the thermostat?
Residential heating produces about 44 megatonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year. Turning down the thermostat by a couple of degrees makes a big difference in fighting climate change. If every Canadian turned down their thermostat by just two degrees each winter, 2.2 megatonnes of carbon dioxide could be saved every year – the equivalent of taking 350,000 cars off the road. Considering the huge impact two degrees makes, WWF is asking Canadians to go one step further and turn down their thermostats by three degrees. ”

Click here to learn more about National Sweater Day.
Click here to learn more about WWF.


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