Siemens reconsidering Adani contract!

We’re close to Siemens making a decision on whether or not to walk away from Adani’s climate-wrecking Carmichael coal project. With the impacts of climate change being felt around Australia and the world, take a moment to tell Siemens they can’t be part of opening up a massive new thermal … Read More

GHD’s announcement doesn’t go far enough

On 16 December 2019, global engineering firm and Adani’s longest-serving contractor GHD updated a statement on its website revealing it has no ongoing contractual obligations on the climate-busting Carmichael coal mine project. This is a welcome and important first step but disappointingly doesn’t go far enough. After 10 years of … Read More

Do you pay more tax than the big fossil fuel companies?

For all the environmental and climate destruction wrought by the fossil fuel industry here in Australia and globally, you’d think there must be a significant payback through taxes, right? Well, sadly, there are ways for massive fossil fuel companies to minimise their tax bills in Australia, and these companies are … Read More

Siemens, tut das Richtige und sagt nein zu Adani!

Siemens don't build Adani - Galilee Blockade

Adani hat gerade bekanntgegeben, dass Siemens den Kontrakt erhalten hat, die Signaltechnik für die Bahnstrecke an der Carmichael Kohlenmine zu liefern – das ist ein Projekt, dass das Galilee Kohlebecken zu Zwecken des Bergbaus öffnen und hunderte Millionen Tonnen Co2 in die Atmosphäre ausstossen würde. Die Adani Carmichael Kohlenmine ist … Read More

Siemens, do the right thing and walk away from Adani!

Siemens don't build Adani - Galilee Blockade

Adani has announced that Siemens has been awarded a contract to deliver rail signaling systems for the rail line to its Carmichael mine – a coal project that would open up the Galilee thermal coal basin to mining and add hundreds of millions of tonnes of CO2 to the atmosphere. … Read More

HSBC: don’t fund coal in Bangladesh

12 November 2019 Our new report, co-published last week with civil society organisations in Bangladesh, shows that if all the coal power projects proposed for Bangladesh were built, these plants would increase the country’s coal capacity 63-fold, from 525 MW today to 33,200 MW by 2031. HSBC is considering funding … Read More

Which super fund did you leave?

If you’re a member of a super fund that doesn’t invest in fossil fuels, you’ve already taken action to align your money with your values. But there’s one more thing you can do to have maximum impact. We’re collecting information about how many members have switched out of their super … Read More