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30 May 2024

Over three days, industry leaders and experts from 36 countries, including over 360 executives, delved into ASI’s core sustainability focus areas of climate change, circular economy, biodiversity, and human rights.

The CRU World Aluminium Conference 2024, co-hosted by the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative and International Aluminium Institute, concluded successfully in London, marking a significant milestone in the aluminium industry’s pursuit of sustainability. ASI was very active throughout the event, leading a panel on industry sustainability challenges, spearheading a session on GHG emissions, discussing corporate sustainability and supply chain due diligence, and exploring advancements in aluminium recycling and circularity. Additionally, ASI presented tools and guidelines for sustainable practices in a workshop. Engaging discussions and workshops featured 60 industry experts across 18 sessions, including 8 panel discussions. These provided actionable insights and reinforced ASI’s and the broader industry’s acknowledgement that all sector actors need to work together to shape future responsible business practices and achieve 2050 net-zero goals.

“This is our second year of co-hosting the World Aluminium Conference with CRU and IAI, and we continue to focus on integrating sustainability knowledge with market and commercial perspectives. We thank all the speakers across our panels and sessions, and the valuable questions and discussions from participants. Get ready to join us again next year in London from 13-15 May, 2025!”

– Dr. Fiona Solomon, ASI CEO 

We are pleased to announce that we will be co-hosting the Conference again next year, continuing our mission to lead the industry towards increased sustainability. We look forward to your participation and to another year of insightful discussions and actionable outcomes. If you already have content ideas or topics you would like to see covered, please get in touch with us.  

View ASI’s photo gallery from the event below, or click here to view it in fullscreen.


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