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ASI’s Outcomes Dashboard

Explore our dashboard below to learn more about our progress to date.

A snapshot of selected indicators

Since our incorporation in 2015, we have been collecting data to capture the outcomes of our work. We do this through our members at the time of their application, during the certification process, annual surveys and case studies, as well as from our learning program educationAl.

The dashboard will be regularly updated. (Updated: 06.02.24)

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In addition to the data points below, see also: 


certificates issued against the Performance Standard (ASI PS)

certificates issued against the Chain of Custody Standard (ASI CoC)

countries where certified facilities operate

% of ASI PS Certifications leverage one or more external certifications

ASI Accredited Auditing Firms operating in 101 countries

Auditors passed the ASI educationAL exam since 2017

ASI Members and stakeholders trained via the ASI educationAL program since 2017

people working in ASI Performance Standard Certified facilities

Tracking our outcomes

ASI is the result of producers, users and stakeholders in the aluminium value chain coming together with a commitment to maximising the contribution of aluminium to a sustainable society. The first ASI members got certified against the Performance and Chain of Custody Standard in 2018, and this number continues to grow.
ASI’s Data and Research workstream is cross-cutting across the organisation, and aims to monitor, evaluate and learn (MEL) from both our interventions as a multistakeholder initiative, and the broader context in which we operate.
The ASI Data and Research (D&R) Guiding Framework sets out the key elements for:
  • Planning and designing D&R projects and activities
  • Carrying out data collection and analysis
  • Identifying actionable insights and learning
  • Communicating results
The objectives of ASI’s Data and Research activities include to:
a) Monitor progress and performance of ASI workstreams
b) Evaluate specific activities and/or outcomes
c) Address learning questions about priority topics
d) Continue to improve the effectiveness of ASI as a multi-stakeholder initiative
e) Publish accessible information for stakeholders on D&R activities to:
     i. share how these inform improvements in ASI’s workstreams and/or
     ii. inform stakeholder practices, capacity and decision-making.


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