Daniel Walton

WHY CRITICAL MINERALS ARE NOW CRITICAL TO AUSTRALIA’S SOVEREIGNTY

2023-07-10T11:00:16+10:006 July 2023|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

As National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union, Daniel Walton has a special interest in the role of mining in the Australian economy.  And with the ongoing investment in new energy sources and reliable power, he sees the availability of critical minerals from Australia as a new frontier in the expansion of investment, trade and [...]

Why Critical Minerals are Now Critical to Australia’s Sovereignty – Daniel Walton – Daniel Walton [Zoom]

2023-04-06T11:26:37+10:0031 March 2023|Tags: |

Speaker: Daniel Walton - National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union Date: Wednesday 17 May 2023 Time: 6pm to 7pm Venue: Delivered via Zoom Topic: Restructuring Australia's Mining Industry PLEASE NOTE: THIS MEETING IS FOR PAID ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE SYDNEY INSTITUTE ONLY & 1 GUEST - If you would like to renew your membership or [...]

Why Critical Minerals are Now Critical to Australia’s Sovereignty – Daniel Walton [Face to face]

2023-05-17T08:56:18+10:0031 March 2023|Tags: |

Speaker: Daniel Walton - National Secretary of the Australian Workers Union Date: Wednesday 17 May 2023 Time: 5.30 for 6pm Venue: The Sydney Institute, 47 Phillip Street, Sydney Topic: Why Critical Minerals are Now Critical to Australia's Sovereignty PLEASE NOTE: THIS MEETING IS FOR PAID ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE SYDNEY INSTITUTE ONLY & 1 GUEST - [...]

Daniel Walton – Rebuilding Australia: Seizing the chance to make things in a post-COVID world

2021-03-18T09:50:05+11:0018 March 2021|Categories: Podcast|Tags: |

Daniel Walton (National Secretary, Australian Workers Union) on Rebuilding Australia: Seizing the chance to make things in a post-COVID world. https://youtu.be/fDxEfxjNTlU  

REBUILDING AUSTRALIA: SEIZING OUR CHANCE TO MAKE THINGS IN A POST-COVID WORLD

2021-05-05T13:48:05+10:0016 March 2021|Categories: Paper|Tags: , |

On Tuesday 16 March 2021, Daniel Walton, AWU National Secretary gave an address to The Sydney Institute, filmed for Youtube, in which he set out a vision for Australian manufacturing in an era of new green energy and global, climate change transformation of energy uses. Taking his cue from the innovative government support through such [...]

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