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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
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Latest Supporters

You caved! How Sad- Shame you couldn’t be the one to stand by the Australian people and stick up for the environment.
Steph 2019-12-16 10:39:30 +1100
Judith 2019-12-16 10:34:26 +1100
I am a volunteer fire fighter from rural Eastern Victoria. Victoria is a long way from the Galilee Basin and the Adani mine. The effects of climate change however are already being felt across Australia as much of coastal Eastern Australia is threatened by catastrophic wildfires. We in Eastern Victoria are bracing ourselves for an unprecedented summer fire season after three years of below average rainfall.
We are already in the midst of a climate emergency. The opening of one of the world’s largest coal mining fields will only further exacerbate the climate crisis we are now experiencing.
I ask you to reconsider your decision to help facilitate the further damage to our environment the Adani mine will cause.
Peter Cox-Livingstone
Peter 2019-12-16 08:39:45 +1100
Terry Holdom
Terry 2019-12-16 08:38:12 +1100
As the only company left willing to put in signalling equipment on the Adani project you have the power to ensure this coal stays in the ground.
You have clearly signalled your intention to put dollars before global responsibility.
Your name is now mud in Australia.
Ken 2019-12-16 08:00:27 +1100
Janaka 2019-12-16 01:05:23 +1100
Your spin doctors are magicians with words but the World isn’t fooled because actions speak louder than words. Your involvement in the Adani mine project is a disgrace and an insult to all Australians who are concerned about the future planet that our children will inherit.
Shame Siemens, shame !!
Geoff 2019-12-15 23:56:07 +1100
Big business supports big greed. Why do we need another coal mine, When the evidence of global warming is burning up our country.
Siemen’s have agreed to install equipment to support Adani’s railway.
Siemens profess to care about the environment, really! by supporting more coal mines?
Jonquil 2019-12-15 23:48:42 +1100
Margit 2019-12-15 22:31:59 +1100
I am very dissapointed that Siemens has decided help with the construction with the Adani Queensland Coal Mine. The mine will be a disaster for the Australian Environment and add to the problem of Climate Change.
Phillip 2019-12-15 21:57:57 +1100
Shame on you, Siemens Australia, for being prepared to help Adani get their climate damaging coal mine up and running. Listen to the Australians who are protesting about this mine, and who think that our people, our endangered wildlife and our very country deserve better. Vast areas of Australia are on fire now, at the very beginning of summer.
Eleanor 2019-12-15 21:51:23 +1100
Anti Australian vandals.
Amityvillian2 @gmail. Com 2019-12-15 21:27:42 +1100
Morven 2019-12-15 18:22:09 +1100
Siemens Australia has made what would be called “a brave decision” in signing a contract with little Mr Adani, to install the rail signalling system in his proposed filthy coal mine in the beautiful Galilee Basin in Queensland. By so doing, Siemens Australia and Adani’s names will forever be linked in shame in this world. In a perfect world, Siemens would recognise their huge mistake and get out of the contract, but it remains to be seen if they can do this.
Please Mr Kaeser, get out of this ghastly contract and keep your good name.
C. Martin 2019-12-15 16:42:29 +1100
David D McCallum
David 2019-12-15 16:22:12 +1100
I don’t approve and am angry at Siemens partnering with Adani to destroy our Oceans by building a massive coal mine.
I no longer respect you as a Company, and your dream to make a better world just doesn’t wash with me (It’s hypocritical).
Lynne Hynes
Lynne 2019-12-15 16:12:50 +1100
David Lyons
David 2019-12-15 14:38:17 +1100
Reconsider whether installing the rail signalling for Adani is in your interest, the interests of Australia and our planet. Siemens Annual Report 2019 p36 stated: Climate change: In line with the global agreement in Paris (COP 21) that entered into force in November 2016, Siemens strives to support a trend towards reducing CO2 emissions both in our own operations and for our customers, based on technologies from our environmental portfolio such as low-carbon power generation from renewable energy sources. As such the transition to a low-carbon economy represents an opportunity for Siemens.
Yvonne 2019-12-15 13:19:44 +1100
We should work to build a sustainable future, and work with and invest in companies that will not pollute the environment and cause further and irreversible climate damage.
Salme 2019-12-15 13:08:42 +1100
Attention Siemens shareholders, your Australian division has signed a contract with Adani to allow them to export coal that will ultimately heat the planet beyond the point of return. I hope the return on your investment is worth the lives of your grandchildren.
Trevor 2019-12-15 13:01:25 +1100
Shame on you Siemens for enabling the biggest coal mine to built globally. You have lost complete touch with Australians for failing to recognise the scientific evidence of global warming. How can you fly in the face of the reality of global warming by actively encouraging more coal to be burnt into the atmoshere. You are going to increase the damage the environment and your brand. Shame on you all. Vanessa Lorford-Mills
Vanessa 2019-12-15 11:55:18 +1100
I am so distraught that Siemens is supporting Adani’s climate wrecking mine. Please do not help them!! Coal is the largest cause of climate change – we need to stop doing the same things and expecting a different outcome – don’t they say that’s the definition of insanity?! Please reconsider. #stopadani
Nadine 2019-12-15 11:43:55 +1100
Reconsider your action of working with Adani on the Galiliee Basin coal mine.
By helping with the go ahead you are sentencing this planet to a bleak future of heavy coal emissions polluting the atmosphere raising the world temperature to unliveable heights causing mass extinction of all life forms.
Pamela 2019-12-15 09:38:45 +1100
Jeanean Pritchard

This decision is disgusting.
Jeanean 2019-12-15 09:28:14 +1100
Shame! Shame! Shame!
Trish 2019-12-15 08:43:19 +1100
Paula 2019-12-15 07:29:49 +1100
Siemens must not help Adani with its climate wrecking Carmichael coal mine. The world’s climate will be further damaged if the Galilee coal basin is opened up for mining. Also, Siemens will suffer damage to its business and its reputation.
Peter 2019-12-15 03:09:24 +1100
Please do not support this unsustainable project which will plunder dwindling Australian water sources for decades ! The Australian people do not want it to go ahead yet they are being ignored !
AlexandRay 2019-12-14 22:05:02 +1100
Christine 2019-12-14 21:52:46 +1100
Please do not support Adani to build its mine as it will wreck the environment for short term gains
Christine 2019-12-14 21:03:04 +1100