Post on Siemens' Facebook page! Then comment here to let us know you've taken action.

Now will you amplify your impact by posting on their Facebook page?

Siemens is a global brand and is very sensitive to public criticism.

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?!)

Tips for your Facebook comment:

  • Keep it short and punchy – people (including from Siemens!) are more likely to read a shorter post than a really long one
  • Have a clear ask – ask Siemens to rule out working with Adani
  • Make it personal – after all, this is your message to Siemens! Make it unique to you. You might want to share why you care about stopping projects that will fuel climate damage, like Adani, and protecting our planet

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Thank you!


Latest Supporters

A- Your name is now mud, even in your private circles, will you be frowned upon.
B- refer to A.
C- there are other opportunities to make money?
D- don’t you get it?
E- why? You are already financially comfortable?
F- is for FUCKWIT
G- is for people like you, GO AWAY.
Yours sincerely,
Sye McRitchie
Sye 2019-12-13 08:37:00 +1100
Charlie 2019-12-13 08:32:26 +1100
Cathy 2019-12-13 08:28:07 +1100
Please withdraw your commitment to the water wasting, planet heating Adani project – Australians will thank you for years to come.
Kirsty 2019-12-13 08:27:47 +1100
Peter 2019-12-13 08:27:36 +1100
Donnia 2019-12-13 08:14:50 +1100
Sue 2019-12-13 08:10:18 +1100
Digging and burning coal is the biggest driver of climate damage. And with bushfires, drought and heatwaves, Australians are feeling the damage, daily.
Katy 2019-12-13 08:09:26 +1100
Time is running out for our planet. Please do not assist Adani with their destructive mining
Sharon 2019-12-13 08:06:26 +1100
Please do not contribute to climate change by assisting Adani Mine. I am in my 80s and have seen the changes and despair for our country if coal fired electricity etc continues.
Ann 2019-12-13 08:05:35 +1100
I wrote a fairly standard comment expressing my disgust.
Elizabeth 2019-12-13 08:05:18 +1100
Michael 2019-12-13 08:02:48 +1100
I have left a comment
Michael 2019-12-13 08:02:39 +1100
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Roswitha 2019-12-13 08:02:25 +1100
FOR THE SAKE OF AN ALREADY SUFFERING PLANET WE INHABIT PLEASE DON’T HELP ADANI MINE COAL IN AUSTRALIA .
Mark 2019-12-13 08:01:06 +1100
Sad to hear this morning that unlike many other Australian Companies you did not choose to boycott the Adani mine. The world must think we Australians are a stupid bunch. As our country burns our government tells us to relax, everything’s ok, we’re doing everything we can. Well, sorry, that’s bullshit. It’s obviously business as usual. Ignorance and or greed win the day in Australia and our children will pay big time for our choices and you get paid to help destroy their future. That’s called stupidity and greed. Hope you can live with yourselves.
Kathy 2019-12-13 07:56:46 +1100
Delma 2019-12-13 07:55:45 +1100
Please please reconsider your decision to install the rail signalling for the Adani mine. It is so important for us to reject this project – each part of the community needs to do its share to try to slow down climate change. The social capital that your company will gain by rejecting Adani will far out weigh the short term gains. Stand with the other companies who refuse to work with Adani
with thanks -
Alex 2019-12-13 07:53:51 +1100
Mick 2019-12-13 07:53:25 +1100
Among other things, I said the money Siemens make will be worthless on a dead planet.
Wally 2019-12-13 07:50:58 +1100
Your assistance with the signalling to Adani’s environmentally unfriendly coal mine is a slap in the face to every person on this planet who is doing their best to slow down climate change. Please reconsider.
Lorna 2019-12-13 07:50:55 +1100
Elizabeth 2019-12-13 07:50:37 +1100
Basically don’t do it and why they shouldn’t
Cassandra 2019-12-13 07:50:31 +1100
Please don’t make climate change even worse by helping build Adani.
Pamela 2019-12-13 07:50:13 +1100
Please, we beg you to put a halt to your support of Adani’s coal mine. The planet, and all life as we know it are on a verge of a greenhouse runaway effect. You can stop Adani by cancelling all contracts !!
Mark 2019-12-13 07:50:03 +1100
Mae 2019-12-13 07:49:20 +1100
Pam 2019-12-13 07:46:40 +1100
I am REALLY DISAPPOINTED in you, Siemens, for not taking this opportunity to have a significant impact in the fight against continued and increased coal burning. It looks like a case of profits for a few over a contribution to addressing the desperate state the world is in due to human-induced climate change.

Thank you for your readable statement. However, if you are really committed to reducing CO2 emissions, you could be doing much better things, such as putting much more into speeding up the transition to increased renewable energy, not propping up the hugely damaging coal industry. The Adani coal mine is counter to these aims.

Also, please remember that the Paris Climate Agreement is more of a “lowest common denominator”, a minimum to be achieved, than a gold standard to aim for or be proud of meeting, given that the situation is almost certainly much worse than believed at the time, and that targets were argued down and down, and that the stakes for our precious planet are very high. The uncertainty around the severity of effects of climate change should not be used to water down actions, in the hope that the danger is at the lower end of the spectrum; rather a precautionary approach should be taken, because of the risk that it may well be at the higher end, with the huge consequences for all the people on our planet.
Kathy 2019-12-13 07:46:32 +1100
B……….ds
Patrick 2019-12-13 07:37:27 +1100
Anne 2019-12-13 07:36:55 +1100