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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

Celia 2019-12-11 12:40:59 +1100
Rosie 2019-12-11 12:05:28 +1100
Karen 2019-12-11 11:07:10 +1100
Please do not do business with Adani. Check my email
Lona 2019-12-11 10:31:28 +1100
Myself & family will never by a seiners product again if they work with Adani
Robyn 2019-12-11 10:20:30 +1100
Tamzin 2019-12-11 10:09:41 +1100
Dear Jeff

I strongly urge Siemens to cut any ties with Adani’s coal mine and similar projects in the Galilee Basin.

I urge Siemens to be in the now with eyes open to the disastrous effect already felt worldwide through climate change. I urge Siemens to think of the future which should belong to all and the now very fragile remaining ecosystems we love and depend on.

The cost is to big!! Do not aline yourselves with Adani in it’s criminal culture of eco – vandalism.
Floria 2019-12-11 10:02:27 +1100
Don’t sell out our future
Patrick 2019-12-11 09:36:25 +1100
Please help us protect our precious land and resources.
Lisa 2019-12-11 09:33:17 +1100
I’ve written to the Siemens CEO reminding him of the Engineers Australia Code of Ethics, and pleading with him to not put his engineers into a morally difficult position by working with a known corrupt environmental vandal on a project that will destroy nature, wreck our climate, kill the Great Barrier Reef, steal First Nations land, steal water, and send precious species extinct. Imagine having that record on your conscience. Please follow my lead and write to the Siemens CEO.
Prof David A 2019-12-11 08:31:34 +1100
I will not make this a long email, I’m sure you have received many with the same content that I would add. I am also sure that you have as little time to read it as I to write it.

In your website’s own words, Siemens is “helping to pioneer a sustainable future across the globe …. from the perspective of Australia and its particular social, economic and political circumstances.”

In the absence of sensible, long sighted political leadership and controls, nothing short of the future of our world falls on the shoulders of companies such as yours to follow the ‘speak’ that you present to the world via your web site and company values by making it as difficult as possible for companies like Adani to pursue new fossil fuel extraction projects or extend those existing.

I implore you to use this power and refuse to assist Adani to build his mine, thus also making it less achievable for the likes of Clive Palmer and ‘friends’. Despite the rhetoric and actions of our politicians and the mega rich, the majority of Australians do not want a fossil fuel future and do want Australia to lead the way in renewables, just transition and innovation for a safe climate. Our youth of TODAY, let alone subsequent generations will feel the direct consequences, good or bad, of your choice; how do you wish to be remembered?

This link provides sources of much work Siemens could do instead:

If you do choose to assist Adani, I would be really interested to understand what led you to your choice, and hope that you will email me, or call me with this explanation.
Kath Teagle
Kath 2019-12-11 08:21:38 +1100
Involvement by Siemens in the Adani project will incur serious reputational damage.
Ernest 2019-12-11 08:00:26 +1100
Please abandon your involvement with the Adani coal mine. Climate change now requires companies to step up where governments are failing. Do not be responsible for releasing more fossil fuels.
Sandra 2019-12-11 07:55:53 +1100
Anne 2019-12-11 06:55:40 +1100
Coal has a limited future, there is a increasing movment away from coal to renewables. Buisness has a moral and ethical duty not to further contribute to the climate crisis. Pacific Nations are preparing legal action against major polluters for the loss of their land and displacement of their people due to climate change. Move away from coal and join other companies in rejecting the Adani proposal.
Melinda 2019-12-11 06:16:43 +1100
Please, we must end the use of coal powered power stations and we must do it now. If we are to meet the targets set out in the Paris Accord. Australia cannot use the Kyoto emissions targets set. It doesn’t work like that. Scott Morrison knows it. We all know it. Act now and say no to Adani.
Please watch this episode of the drum from about 30 minutes in as it is entirely relevant to all business you conduct with Adani and the Australian government. I urge you to watch this.
John 2019-12-11 05:35:14 +1100
The Adani project makes no sense economically, socially or environmentally and would have a huge detrimental effect on the well being of future generations.
Helen 2019-12-11 00:07:01 +1100
The present with 1.1 degrees of warming is now all too apparent. A future with 1.5 degrees of warming is still possible but not with ‘opening up’ and commencing coal mining in the Galilee Basin as intended by Adani. Not establishing the Adani mine is a moral imperative… instead this country and Siemens should move forward to a low carbon & then zero carbon future… It makes economic sense too – read ‘Super-Power, Australia’s low-carbon opportunity’ by Ross Garnaut. Withdraw your services – Siemens should become part of the future, not make money from a potentially catastrophic and doomed venture.
Ian 2019-12-10 22:24:24 +1100
Jen 2019-12-10 21:23:16 +1100
Siemens is a worldwide recognized company of high regard. Siemens Germany has very strong environmental policies and targets of carbon neutrality, yet Siemens Australia wants to actively go counter to the parent companies direction. Adani and its mine will increase carbon in the atmosphere and further increase climate change. Why you would want to trash your company name, and stated goals for climate action by aiding Adani beggars belief. Do the right thing, step away from Adani , if not for saving future generations, then for saving reputational damage.
Rocky 2019-12-10 20:36:31 +1100
Pleaded with them not to silly their reputation.
Nancy 2019-12-10 20:20:22 +1100
To support old, outdated polluting and negatively climate changing powerful Companies in a time where evidence is pointing to the direction of Renewables being both more environmentally secure abd cheaper for power sources….is astounding!

To support Renewables is both necessary to turn the tide around and shows the world that Siemens demonstrating Responsible Leadership gives permission for others to follow and gives hope to our children and young people left to navigate a better future for all. In a Climate Crisis, responsible management decisions are crucial. Responsible Actions will unite other Countries and Leaders such as David Attenborough, David Suzuki and Environmental Organisations not tied into Profit that drives unsustainable agendas.
Helen 2019-12-10 18:10:23 +1100
Support Australia future sustainability Don’t support DIRTY energy
Sharon 2019-12-10 17:42:22 +1100
Stop helping adani
Rosanne 2019-12-10 16:36:08 +1100
If you go with this corrupt billionaire You will be remembered as pariahs when history looks back on this catastrophe
Lee 2019-12-10 15:48:10 +1100
Please don’t any of you decision makers have children and even grandchildren? We are fighting for their future, the impact we are making on our planet is dire and we have to act.

I’m the name of humanity please do not work with Adani. Stop this madness, work on other good projects, not this one, I implore you.

Yours sincerely,
Elly Graham
Welby, New South Wales, 2575, Australia
Elly 2019-12-10 15:25:20 +1100
Good Afternoon. Just a note to let you know that Queenslanders outside the mining industry and Australians from all walk of life, do not support the construction of the Adani Carmichael mine….with respect (abridged.)
Elizabeth 2019-12-10 15:18:57 +1100
We need to stand up for Renewable Energy not Coal.
Show are future generations that you are listening and want a better future for them.
Be a World beating Company that fights against dirty energy and shines with renewable Energy.
Deborah 2019-12-10 14:48:47 +1100
Mike 2019-12-10 12:30:21 +1100
I wrote: Siemens, please rule out working with Adani on their dangerous coal project! A company that wants to make “society more sustainable” should say no to projects that will damage our climate. I hope you will be a leader and do the right thing!
Phoebe 2019-12-10 11:45:40 +1100