What kind of planet we want to leave to our children?

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Did you know that it takes 140 liters of water to produce a cup of coffee, 170 liters of water to produce a glass of orange juice, 70 liters of water for an apple. All that water just for  one breakfast.

Are we letting our ecological footprint grow out of control? What kind of planet we want leave to the next generations?

A warming planet alters weather patterns, water accessibility and food suplies. It also threatens a sustainable way of life for us and the world’s wildlife. At F-Secure, we believe it’s our responsibility to leave our children and their children an environment where they can thrive.

Earth Hour is a global call to action for individuals, businesses and governments around the world to unite against the climate change.

F-Secure will participate in this weekend’s Earth Hour movement. All of the lights in our Helsinki headquarters will be turned off between 20.30 and 21.30 local time on Saturday evening. It’s a small step but an important reminder that we can all do our part individually and together.

We invite you to join Earth Hour to help protect the irreplaceable earth we all share.

This earth will grow cold,
a star among stars
and one of the smallest,
a gilded mote on blue velvet

I mean this, our great earth.

This earth will grow cold one day,
not like a block of ice
or a dead cloud even
but like an empty walnut it will roll along
in pitch-black space …

You must grieve for this right now
–you have to feel this sorrow now–

for the world must be loved this much
if you’re going to say “I lived” …

-Nazim Hikmet



CC image by  Mișu Trașcă


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