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International Aluminium 2022 | September 13 – 15 2022

Chris Bayliss, ASI Director of Standards will be participating in the End User Focus Panel on 15 September. Some of the topics that will be covered include:

  • How are aluminium consumption habits likely to develop and how is the push for green aluminium impacting this?
  • Assessing end user growth markets in packaging & automotive
  • How are end users working to ensure that their products are optimised for recycling?
  • Supply concerns for the future: Can end users ensure secure future aluminium supply?

Join over 400 executives from across the aluminium supply chain for three days of analysis and insights into raw materials, primary and secondary aluminium markets. This is your once-a-year opportunity to come together with producers, traders and other aluminium purchasers at a critical window in the annual trading calendar.



10th International Conference & Exhibition (IBAAS-JNARDDC 2022) | September 14 – 17 2022

The 10th International Bauxite, Alumina and Aluminium Conference & Exhibition (IBAAS-JNARDDC 2022) will be held in Raipur, India during 14-17 September 2022 along with Jawaharlal Nehru Aluminium Research Development & Design Centre (JNARDDC), India.

The title of the IBAAS-JNARDDC 2022 conference is ‘Sustainability Challenges of Bauxite, Alumina & Aluminium Industry’. Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI) plans to hold a workshop as part of the event.

Raipur, being located near the hub of Indian Aluminium smelters, the 2022 conference and exhibition is being organized in this city in the state of Chhattisgarh. The conference organizing committee is formulating a world-class program focusing on key topics and issues in the bauxite, alumina, aluminium and aluminium downstream industry and secondary sectors.

Objectives of the Conference:

  • Discussion about the latest technological developments, ways & means to increase the production and productivity of aluminium industry.
  • Sustainability and environmental issues of aluminium industry.
  • To review the recent technological developments in the world and their relevance to Indian aluminium industry.
  • To review the promising research and development activities aimed at improving production and productivity.
  • Present and future prospects of aluminium downstream industry
  • The market for bauxite, alumina and aluminium and value-added products.

The Conference and Exhibition will provide an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with International experts, scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, equipment manufacturers, representatives of aluminium industries world over.



ALUMINIUM | September 27 – 29 2022

Every two years, Düsseldorf becomes the center of the aluminum industry. The world’s leading trade fair ALUMINIUM (September 27-29, 2022) will cover the entire value chain around the material over three days, bringing together all the major international players in this industry as well as the most exciting SMEs and start-ups.

In 2022, ALUMINIUM will offer three special areas: a dedicated plaza for start-ups, an Innovation Plaza Additive Manufacturing & Digital Manufacturing, and the Innovation Plaza Sustainability & Recycling. In addition, there will be the top-class ALUMINIUM Conference, where experts from industry and science will inform and debate about the most exciting developments and trends in the aluminum industry.

In the various Speakers Corners, exhibitors will present their latest solutions and technologies, including on lightweight technologies, e-mobility and additive manufacturing.

The content of ALUMINIUM 2022 will be guided by special focus topics, all of which are highly topical – and in which aluminum is playing an increasingly important role: New Mobility, Sustainability, Digitalization, Additive and Digital Manufacturing, and Building- /Construction.



45 Minutes On | October 18, 2022

The Species Threat Abatement and Restoration Metric (STAR): How ASI Members can use IBAT and STAR to manage risks and reduce threats to biodiversity.

Time: 11AM London • 12PM Berlin • 9PM Melbourne

The Species Threat Abatement and Restoration Metric (STAR) is a new metric, available through IBAT, that easily allows organisations to identify areas where actions to abate threats or restore habitat can help reduce species extinction risk and contribute to conservation targets. STAR supports the establishment of science-based targets for species biodiversity, and corporate commitments to nature positive action, and was introduced as an illustrative metric in the latest release of the TNFD Beta Framework.

Cameron Jones, Director of Assurance will be joined by Ben Jobson, IBAT Programme Officer, who will deliver a presentation of STAR, and provide details on how organisations can calculate STAR scores from the site to the portfolio and supply chain level. Join us for this live webinar and Q&A on STAR and how it can be applied by ASI Members.



45 Minutes On | October 25, 2022

Grievance mechanisms: a training for practitioners.

Time: 1PM London • 2PM Berlin • 8AM New York

Grievance mechanisms form a key component of effective stakeholder engagement efforts by offering a channel for various stakeholders to raise concerns about existing or potential adverse human rights impacts of business activities. The Aluminium Stewardship Initiative (ASI), BSR, The Copper Mark and the Responsible Minerals Initiative (RMI) have developed in partnership a training for practitioners on establishing, improving and running grievance mechanisms.

In this presentation, ASI, Copper Mark and RMI will outline their respective requirements regarding grievance mechanisms in their Standards, and BSR will introduce the recently developed training and how it will practically support businesses in implementing and/or improving their own grievance mechanism(s).



45 Minutes On | November 8, 2022

Critical Ecosystem Areas: Better biodiversity metrics for business.

Time (session 1): 8AM London • 9AM Berlin • 7PM Melbourne
Time (session 2): 5PM London • 12PM New York • 9AM Los Angeles

Despite a proliferation of standards and guidance for business on biodiversity and ecosystem services, including within ASI’s Performance Standard, there is often a gap between the adoption of principles and high quality outcomes for biodiversity following implementation. It is important to address this gap, as biodiversity loss is increasing globally.

Countries are recognising a need to address biodiversity loss through the Global Biodiversity Framework (GBF) currently under development.

The COMBO Program is working with countries to encourage policy which supports biodiversity targets of No Net Loss or a Net Gain following development. Application of such policy by developers requires accessible biodiversity data to identify the required actions.

As governments from around the world prepare to meet in December to agree to a new set of goals for nature for the coming decade, ASI Standards Committee member and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Senior Advisor, Dr. Hugo Rainey joins the ASI Secretariat to explore the new tools and metrics available to policymakers and industry to enable impactful decision-making against a backdrop of complex and diverse ecosystems and communities.

This 45 Minutes on… session will be held twice to enable participation in all time zones.




AZ Global Alumnium | November 8-10, 2022

Time has come to re-energise our industry after all the detours, distractions, disruptions, inflations, shortages and imbalances of recent months and years.

We bring you our new Online Aluminium Conference from 8 to 10 November 2022.

Our targets and commitments haven’t changed but we cannot go back to the way things were. We need to be flexible and deal with parameters which are not in our control, and scenarios that earlier were inconceivable, hence now have become a reality. So, this conference is to set us back on track to move towards our vision and what we want to achieve.