National Sweater Day is February 7th and WWF Wants You!

National Sweater Day is February 7th and WWF wants you to lower your heat and wear a sweater, to conserve energy and take action against climate change.   To make sure you don’t forget, sign up for your very own reminder call, text or email from a real live Granny.

WWF is creating solutions to the most serious conservation challenges facing our planet, helping people and nature thrive. Participating in National Sweater Day is just one way to reduce wasteful consumption. To learn more, click here.

Join Canadians across the country fighting climate change by conserving energy and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. If every Canadian lowered the heat by just 2º C this winter, it would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 4 Megatons!

So lower the heat, wear that sweater and make the world a better place for your children, grandchildren and future grandchildren!

Last year, more than 1.5 million Canadians and 300 organizations – even George Strombolopoulous, took part in National Sweater Day.  And this year is even bigger!

Check out all that’s happening here.


  1. Its been so cold here I am already wearing 2 sweaters and a cardigan without the heat on

  2. I , too, don’t venture outside without a sweater or hoodie under my Winter coat. Even inside it’s more comfortable with a hoodie on. Stay warm, with the head on moderate.
    Kathy at Oak Lawn Images

  3. LOL me too Monica. I’m wearing two pairs of socks and slippers, long johns etc. etc. etc. And that is in the house. Hopefully by Feburary 7th the temps will be better outside and I’ll strip down to 1 sweater and turn the heat down LOL

  4. Hasn’t January been a cold month Betty. I don’t usually mind a bit of cold but this is becoming comical! Right now, I’m sitting on the couch, the heat is on plus our wood-stove is going and I still have on a turtleneck, sweater, scarf and a cozy wrap…come on July!!

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