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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

That in the face of the bushfire crisis it is clear that the future of the coal industry is dead and its impacts on water utilization, pollution and endangering wildlife species will be detrimental.
Fleur 2020-01-08 14:06:17 +1100
Siemens has a dream to ‘make cities more livable, industry more efficient and society more sustainable’ : does not fit well with enabling a huge, obsolete coalmine right on Australia’s biggest water source in the middle of a crippling drought while the whole of Australia’s coastline chokes on smoke.
Kerith 2020-01-08 05:54:37 +1100
I’ve email Siemens CEO and the company saying not to work on Adani’s Carmichael coal project!
Tahlia 2020-01-07 23:05:58 +1100
I asked Seimens not to help Adani n to help farmers instead n to allow the country to heal from fires instead of further damaging the land
Debbie 2020-01-04 22:00:09 +1100
Stop Adani. Stop mining and burning coal. Stop our country from burning. Email global CEO of Siemens now!!!
Susie 2020-01-03 09:37:27 +1100
I have read your statement which does not address in any shape or form what give you the right to be complicit in the destruction and/or degradation of the world heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and the Galilee Basin. It is planet earth that sustains us and you would be wise to remember this.
Delia 2019-12-31 12:33:16 +1100
I’m writing to you as a mother and Australian citizen, imploring you to make the right decision and dump Adani. Please don’t allow Siemens to aid the disastrous Adani mine. I live in far North Queensland and we don’t want this mine. It will destroy the Great Barrier Reef and severely threatens our children’s right to a safe future.
Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time. Please don’t stand on the wrong side of history. What will your legacy be?

Please please for the sake of our kids, don’t support the Adani mine!
Australia is burning please don’t fuel the fire.
Elise 2019-12-31 12:02:01 +1100
Herbie 2019-12-24 16:32:37 +1100
Siemans website statement on sustainability and supporting the Paris climate agreement is such blatant greenwashing in light of your company’s recent contract to build infrastructure for Adani’s climate bomb. Seimans needs to pull out of this project or forever be labelled a climate vandal!
Tassia 2019-12-20 14:55:23 +1100
Siemens Australia is known as an industry leader.
The term “leader” is both a noun and a verb. It simultaneously means that you ARE something and that you DO something. 
Therefore, I write to ask that you demonstrate same, “leading  by example” when contemplating your continuing support for Adani’s mine in the Galilee Basin of Queensland :- one of the world’s largest proposed coal mining expansions.
Digging and burning coal is the biggest driver of climate damage: bushfires, drought and heatwaves becoming commonplace, Australians are feeling the effects daily. Are you sure you want to be complicit in environmental damage by aiding Adani?
Is this the legacy you wish to have associated with your role, decisions and corporation?  

Our native flora, fauna and natural habitats are at crisis point. I’m relying on you  to DO something – it’s for our country’s future and the planet’s survival.

Yours sincerely,
Debi McLean
Debi 2019-12-19 19:46:57 +1100
Adani contract makes you complicit in the climate crisis!
Leslie 2019-12-19 16:21:28 +1100
Manfred 2019-12-19 16:09:36 +1100
Come on Siemens, we don’t need more coal. Go for work that will make the world a better place.
Alex 2019-12-19 14:43:28 +1100
Dear Joe kaeser,
Well I hope God has mercy on your soul as I will not. Best part is you can put your top dollar on it you will get the opportunity to reap what you have sowed in your current life time. When the people go hungry and searching for water it is people like yourself the people will ask for help. this is were no amount of money can save you. if you dont experience this your families next generation will. looking forward to saying told you so….

Yours sincerely,
Joe Gale
Joe 2019-12-19 08:48:13 +1100
Oshanna 2019-12-18 16:54:59 +1100
Linda Hall….. I asked the CEO to add Sieman’s to the list of companies (who can see from Australia’s suffering of fire and smoke that the hell of profiteering is now upon us…for all the youth to see and live in terror of)…. and withdraw forever all support that might enable Adani to continue with its plans for the mine.
Linda 2019-12-18 14:07:47 +1100
Mr Joe Kaeser
Siemens CEO
Dear Mr Kaesar,

I recently emailed the Siemens Australia CEO asking that your company not support Adani in providing infrastructure for their railway. Unfortunately Siemens Australia made the decision to work with this company that has an appalling track record. There is no doubt that if Adani build their mine it will add to global warning and also put part of our wonderful Great Barrier Reef at risk.

I respectfully ask that you, as the CEO of Seimens overturn the decision. If so you will join many companies who refuse to assist Adani.
Graeme 2019-12-18 13:36:08 +1100
I have just had medical imagining done w a Siemens camera. Your equipment helps people stay healthy, why would you destroy your brand by working with Adani? Please don’t help them destroy my health, or our planet!
Meagan 2019-12-18 12:01:12 +1100
I hope Siemens employees and their families can still sleep at night while helping to promote the destruction of OUR country through their green lighting of mining giant ADANI!
Matthew 2019-12-18 11:46:54 +1100
Please rule out working with Adani!!!
Thibault 2019-12-18 08:48:56 +1100
Stine Bardeleden 2019-12-17 23:55:06 +1100
Moragh 2019-12-17 22:24:50 +1100
Amy 2019-12-17 21:17:27 +1100
Paula Natasha Chavez – I wrote that Australia is addicted to easy dirty coal money and that Siemens shouldn’t be an enabler. Instead, Siemens should sell Australia passenger trains.
Paula 2019-12-17 20:05:30 +1100
The Galilee Basin – where Adani will build its mine – is one of the world’s largest proposed new coal mining developments. Digging and burning coal is the biggest driver of climate damage.

To help Adani develop this new mine which will operate for many decades once it gets built is not consistent with the goals of the Paris Agreement. In order to limit global warming to under 2 degrees, carbon pollution has to be eliminated as fast as possible. Global emissions are still rising – because companies like Siemens are not taking their own position papers serious enough to actually act on them (“…the most important means to achieve this end is the decarbonisation of the global economy by the end of this century – meaning the total elimination of emissions of greenhouse gas (GHG), most of all CO2.”- Siemens position on global decarbonisation and climate change).
With new thermal coal developments like Adani’s, this won’t happen.
To claim that this proposed new mine is ‘transitional’ is just not stacking up. It would be business as usual instead.
Adani has received the necessary approvals from the Australian regulators despite its forecast devastating impact on threatened species (it will wipe out the largest remaining habitat of the black throated finch, a threatened species) and its enormous water consumption of 12.5billion litres per year in a country that is in serious drought. This is risking to permanently dry up the ancient Doongmabulla Springs which is south-west of the mine.
It is interesting to note that Australia’s four largest banks have ruled out finance for this project due to environmental reasons and their carbon policies. Other major companies like construction companies won’t participate in this devastating development
Please reconsider your participation in this devastating project. It is a step in the wrong direction
Fabian 2019-12-17 10:18:08 +1100
We are fighting World War III. If we can’t act sensibly on climate change, we will lose all quality of life. Many of us will actually lose our lives as is happening in the fires which are engulfing our nation.
Rosemary 2019-12-17 10:09:50 +1100
Is it greed or arrogance supporting Adani?
Tony 2019-12-17 08:44:48 +1100
Digging and burning coal is the biggest driver of emissions and fuels the climate crisis. Climate damage is here now and the people of Australia are suffering with unprecedented bushfires and smoke clouding our biggest city!

Please don’t be complicit in facilitating Adani to make this disastrous problem worse.

Siemens has a chance to enhance its reputation for responsible corporate behaviour – not to besmirch it.

John Berryman
John 2019-12-17 08:09:19 +1100
Siemens-please don’t be climate criminals
Judith 2019-12-17 01:49:41 +1100
What a disgusting disgrace from a company with an already tarnished history, and an aim to reduce emissions and be seen as carbon neutral, to be supporting Australia’s biggest disaster-to-be – a mega coal mine in the vicinity of our world heritage Great Barrier Reef, in the midst of a climate crisis! There is nothing that can be said, Siemens, to make this appear in any way ethical. Stop digging yourself a bigger hole and start reconsidering your moves or it won’t fare well on your business.
Heidi 2019-12-16 22:27:27 +1100