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Comment on any Siemens’ post, asking them to rule out working with Adani (the post where Siemens shares their dream to 'make cities more livable, industry more efficient and society more sustainable' would be a good one to comment on – that vision doesn’t align with supporting coal projects, does it?!)

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Latest Supporters

Joanne Kirby
Joanne 2019-12-13 13:07:31 +1100
I do not use ‘Facebook’ but have sent an email instead.

Phillip Devery.
Phillip 2019-12-13 13:04:54 +1100
Worst environmental disaster ever , could ruin underground water table and toxic coal dust are just some of the problems
Chris 2019-12-13 13:02:44 +1100
Siemens are deluded if they think supporting Adani’s mine will “make cities more livable, industry more efficient and society more sustainable”. Coal is NOT the answer to any of that!
Kerry 2019-12-13 12:54:21 +1100
Terence 2019-12-13 12:30:13 +1100
Lynly 2019-12-13 12:23:19 +1100
David Watkins

My children and grandchildren deserve a coal free clean future.
David 2019-12-13 12:22:47 +1100
Apply your moral compass – put the environment and humanity ahead of profit. Rescind your support for Adani in Australia.
Marion 2019-12-13 12:16:21 +1100
Carole 2019-12-13 12:15:51 +1100
K 2019-12-13 12:13:23 +1100
Siemens- I urge you to reconsider being complicit with Adani in constructing their coal mine. This is climate wrecking behaviour. Further, the environment where the proposed mine is to be built is beautiful and precious.
Susan 2019-12-13 12:13:21 +1100
Damien House, We as a species has cured disease, gone to space, our wars are because of borders but our biggest fight will be saving our planet and yet you are on the opposing side.
Damien 2019-12-13 12:11:18 +1100
Supporting Adani’s proposal for the Galilee Basin is a criminally irresponsible act. Your vision of making “cities more livable, industry more efficient and society more sustainable” is hardly evidenced by a project like Adani. I encourage you to rethink your participation in this project.
Sarah 2019-12-13 12:08:24 +1100
Your willingness to work with the Adani mining project is both disappointing and short sighted.
Boycott Siemens.
Lisa 2019-12-13 12:08:19 +1100
Charlie 2019-12-13 11:49:53 +1100
Don’t do it, you’re fucking everything up.
Rex 2019-12-13 11:40:22 +1100
Seriously, Siemens? Are you really happy to help Adani export millions of tons of coal to countries where hundreds of thousands of children die from pollution, from the effects of coal and oil burning every year? Are you seriously happy to enable Adani to make a significant and ongoing contribution to the over 7 million-plus premature deaths that are caused by pollution every year?
Proceed with this care-less madness and you won’t just be contributing to Climate Change.
And all for a few more dollars on your bottom line…
The cost of coal is far too high.
Please think again and DON’T join the killers.
Yours sincerely, Peter and Ann Townsend
Ann 2019-12-13 11:39:56 +1100
I pointed the arrogance of their decision to do a deal with Adani at the expense of the future of the Gallillee Basin and the future of our peoples.
Stuart 2019-12-13 11:31:57 +1100
Siemens Australia, don’t install the rail signalling for Adani’s climate-wrecking mine.
Kay 2019-12-13 11:27:27 +1100
How dare you!!!!!!!!
susan 2019-12-13 11:21:38 +1100
Unacceptable Climate Criminals
Dustin 2019-12-13 11:18:37 +1100
As a Multinational company I thought you would take you responsibility as a global citizen more serious.
My understanding is that other companies have vetoed the work on the rail signalling for Adani’s coal mine in Australia but Siemens has taken the contract.
I can only conclude that the Australian Government dangled lucrative contracts or threats of exclusion from said contracts.
Otherwise it suggests a poor understanding of your position in the scheme of global citizenship, which I don’t believe would be the case.
Of course the contract would be very lucrative and it may just be about the money.
I will in the future have to reassess my purchase of Siemens equipment & products which is a shame as they are very good

Rick Brokensha
Rick 2019-12-13 11:18:22 +1100
Please, don’t support Adani
Monica 2019-12-13 11:17:09 +1100
The future will see Seimens as a villain should they choose to collaborate in any way with Adani in Australia. Coal is an antiquated and dangerous means of power. We have plenty of sunshine in Oz – source that. Support wind farms etc and you will be seen as hero’s. No to Coal! No to Siemens involvement! No to Adani!!
Louisa 2019-12-13 11:15:53 +1100
Fuck Adani! Fuck Siemens!
Samuel 2019-12-13 11:12:11 +1100
Siemens can’t have it both ways. Either you are working ethically to reduce the world’s carbon footprint OR you are enabling the distribution of carbon producing fossil fuels (and getting a lot of money for it). Your double speak doesn’t convince. Shame on you.
Helen 2019-12-13 11:10:41 +1100
Very angry that Siemens would consider working with Adani let alone sign contracts to begin the work. Our country has water shortages, intense heat and bushfires to contend with as the climate change escalates and you want to assist Adani in contributing to this by building the biggest coal mine in the world, How dare you. You are very short sighted if you think the entire world won’t be affected by this eco terrorism. And WHY, I want to know why anyone would consider this madness and then sell it as a good idea. You have to be crazy to go along with this.
Kerry 2019-12-13 11:09:45 +1100
Pathetic decision to engage with Adani! Did you not see the 4 corners report on how corrupt and destructive this company is?!
This is OUR Country and destroying it for your profits is appalling!
We should not be opening New Fossil Fuel plants let alone one that destroys OUR Barrier Reef, Our water supply, Our land, Our Indigenous Culture. I hope the German people are pressuring you as mush as we are – how dare you destroy Our Country!
Siemens and the Aust Gvt who have allowed this project to proceed should not only be ashamed, they should be jailed for crimes against humanity!
Narelle 2019-12-13 11:01:24 +1100
Dear Mr Joe Kaeser,

WOW just WOW – Here is an example of a company that has no strategic compass let alone a moral high ground or planning for the future. Banks and insurance companies won’t touch coal anymore here in Australia but yet, your global company has. You have on your home webpage, three statements or rather banners:

• Sustainability follows our company ’Values’
• Awarded Adami Carmical Coal Mine Project
• Murchison Renewable Hydrogen Project.

If any spokesman mentions jobs, ill throttle him. Due to the high tech nature of this mine there will be no more jobs as its primary goal is to be automated. What jobs will be affected are the thousands of tourism jobs that this mine and the others to follow will kill by finally finishing of the reef amongst other natural wonders in the area.

If your company policy really is about SUSTAINABILITY why are you not championing the role of renewable energy which is the tech of the future? In this decision you are showing the world that you are not a company of the future and therefore, from a financial position, not a good investment. Maybe this is a message you’ll respond to as you don’t seem to care about the vast swell of opinion towards this mine, in this country let alone the global opinion of fossil fuels!

You are right however, there is no single pathway that is appropriate for every country’s emission reduction efforts. However we are the world’s largest exporter of coal. This country in short order, could go fossil fuel free if it had the political will. We could also be the world’s largest exporter of renewable energy, helping those countries without the ability, if tech firms such as yourself got onboard and focused on the long term issues. I will no longer be a customer of yours.

I really hope the Adami Mine is not your legacy as CEO, because how would you explain that to your family? Now I know that you will never read this message but hopefully others will and together we may achieve something to stop you and this mine.

Yours sincerely

Andrew Howells
Andrew 2019-12-13 10:57:15 +1100
CEO Siemens.
Mr Joe Kaeser,
If the Adani mine goes ahead in the Gallalee Basin Queensland , Australia it will seriously exacerbate the ravishing effects of climate change in Australia and the rest of the world. This will tarnish the reputation of Siemens and all those associated with this world damaging project.
Elvis Kipman.
Santa 2019-12-13 10:56:43 +1100