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National Sweater Day aims to lower fossil fuel use: Queen's University professor

2012-02-21

Queen’s University mathematics professor David Thomson is available to comment on National Sweater Day (Feb. 9), a day organized by the World Wildlife Federation. The aim of the day is to lower the use of fossil fuels by turning down the thermostat and putting on a sweater.

Dr. Thomson’s research interests include analyzing global climate data and his paper published in Nature in the 1980s advanced the theory of global warming.

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