Re. Save Australia from this mega mine

Hi A, just want to make sure you see this.

We’re so close to raising enough money to send busloads of young activists to the Siemens shareholder meeting in just 10 days.

Can you chip in now to help put pressure on Siemens and stop this mega mine?

With your help, we can guarantee a seat on the bus for every young person who wants to fight for our future.

If you’ve saved your payment information with SumOfUs, your donation will go through immediately:

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Thanks for all that you do,

Anne and the team at SumOfUs




Greta Thunberg and teenage climate activists need your help to take on Siemens and stop a DISASTROUS coal mine from being built in Australia.

Can you chip in CA$91 to save Australia from this mega-mine?

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A,

Teenage climate activists around the world need your help.

They’re furious with Siemens. The massive engineering company likes to promote itself as green and clean -- but it just decided to help build a giant coal mine in Australia that would kill any chance of saving the planet from climate chaos.

Greta Thunberg has called for protests and teenagers have been showing up outside Siemens offices across the world. Together we can get engineering giant Siemens to pull support from the mine, and stop it from being built.

And here's the plan: The Siemens’ shareholder meeting is less than two weeks away. Young climate strikers want to turn it into a PR nightmare and force Siemens to do the right thing -- but first they have to get there. Can you rush funds to hire a fleet of buses to bring school kids to the Siemens shareholder meeting?

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Australia has been ravaged by deadly fires.

Every day volunteer firefighters risk their lives -- 32 people have died and over a billion animals including kangaroos and koalas have burned in the flames.

There is nothing normal about these fires. They are the result of galloping climate change and a government unwilling to tackle it. The scary truth is, A, we know these fires will only get worse and more frequent until we force governments and corporations to take responsibility and leave fossil fuels in the ground, starting with the Adani mega mine.

And together we've got a real shot to stop this mine.

Just imagine: as Siemens shareholders file into the meeting, they’ll be greeted by the chants of hundreds, maybe even thousands of youngsters, asking them to drop the Adani coal mine.

The press will be there. Photos and video will travel around the world on TV, social media and in newspapers. Siemens has invested in its reputation as a green company -- we can make the cost to Siemens’ reputation outweigh the profit it'd make from the coal mine.

But the meeting is just a couple of weeks away and we need to start hiring buses now -- can you chip in today to make it happen?

If you’ve saved your payment information with SumOfUs, your donation will go through immediately:

Donate CA$92 nowDonate CA$138 nowDonate CA$184 nowDonate another amount

Thanks for all that you do,
Anne, Argo and the team at SumOfUs


More information:

Adani coalmine: Siemens CEO has ‘empathy’ for environment but refuses to quit contract, The Guardian, 13 January 2020

Government to commit $50m for wildlife affected by bushfires as green groups call for action, The Guardian, 12 January 2020

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