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June 2021

45 MINUTES ON… ASI’s Indigenous Peoples Advisory Forum and its role in the ASI Standards Revision

Within the framework the ASI Standards Revision process, the IPAF consultation team has worked over the past few months to prepare a report on the outcomes of the Indigenous community consultations that took place in India, Guinea, Suriname, Ghana and Australia. During the session, the IPAF consultation team will share insights into the consultation process and present the perspectives and feedback gathered during the consultation. Following the presentation, we look forward to the opportunity to field questions and engage participants in the…

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June 29, 2021 @ 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm UTC+2
virtual event,

July 2021

ACT Initiative: low-carbon transition pathway for aluminium sector

The ACT (Assessing Low-Carbon Transition) Initiative aims to drive climate action globally by companies and to help them align their strategies with low-carbon pathways designed to achieve the Paris Agreement mitigation goal. ASI contributes to a multi-stakeholder technical committee that is developing a specific assessment methodology for the aluminium sector. An ACT assessment provides companies with a feedback report outlining best practice and opportunities for improvement and a rating to track progress. The ACT team has developed assessment methodologies for…

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July 20, 2021 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm UTC+2

September 2021

Sustainability Panel at Fastmarkets International Aluminium 2021

September 3, 2021 9:45-10:45 CEST Chris Bayliss, ASI Director of Standards will Chair the Sustainability Panel, which will address the following questions: Which factors are used to establish how ‘green’ aluminium is? How is end user demand for greener products shifting? What are the key milestones for the aluminium industry in achieving industry sustainability? Does the aluminium industry have sufficient production capacity to meet future demand?

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September 3, 2021 @ 9:45 am - 10:45 am UTC+2
virtual event,

Zak World of Façades

Zak World of Façades (http://zakwof.com/) is an international conference series on façade design & engineering having attracted over 26,000 delegates in 77 completed editions. The conference series, which started in 2012 and has spread fast and globally, is now present in 30 countries in the regions of the Middle East (UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar & Egypt), South East Asia (Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines & Vietnam), Australasia (Australia & New Zealand), Africa (Morocco, Kenya & South Africa), South Asia…

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September 30, 2021
virtual event,

November 2021

AZ China

The conference topics focus on the long-term future of aluminium amid the world’s moves to address climate change. Hot topics and challenges about the production of green aluminium, and the industry’s ability to truly go green, outside China as well as inside. The 45mt capacity cap imposed by China on its domestic aluminium industry, and what are China’s options to make enough anodes to meet demand? Is technology providing the answers we need or is it falling behind? What about…

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November 16, 2021 - November 18, 2021

ISCOBA 2021 Conference

The ICSOBA 2021 virtual conference will focus on sustainable development and carbon footprint reduction in the following domains: Bauxite deposits Bauxite mining Alumina refining Carbon electrodes in aluminium electrolysis Primary aluminium production Aluminium recycling Overcoming operational challenges New technologies Greenfield and Brownfield projects Success stories in projects implementation Health, environment and safety ASI Participation on November 24 at 13:00 GMT Fiona Solomon, ASI CEO, will speak at the conference on November 24, 2021, 13:00 – 13:30 GMT Fiona will present ASI’s…

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November 22, 2021 - November 25, 2021
virtual event,

February 2022

CEO Roundtable for Investors: Aluminium, copper & steel sustainability assurance

Tuesday, February 1 | 9:00 AM GMT This session is hosted by CRU and presented by Lavan Mahadeva, CRU Featuring panelists: – Fiona Solomon, CEO, Aluminium Stewardship Initiative – Michèle Brülhart, Executive Director, The Copper Mark – Anne-Claire Howard, Executive Director, ResponsibleSteel The free webinar includes discussion and Q&A, addressing key considerations for investors and industry stakeholders – from producers to policymakers. A recording will be made available after the session for on demand viewing. About the webinar CEO’s of…

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February 1 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am UTC+1
virtual event,

Green Aluminum Panel @ 20th Annual Advisian Petcoke Conference

25 February, 2022 Chris Bayliss, ASI Director of Standards will speak at the beginning of the panel to provide the perspective from ASI around decarbonization of the aluminum sector and ‘green aluminum’, including: Timeframes and pace of development of the responsible aluminum market, and current volumes of ASI Chain of Custody material. Rate of adoption and extent of increase in recycling levels and their affect on primary aluminum production, regions differences in the adoption of recycling, and some of the…

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February 25 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm UTC-8
virtual event,

March 2022

ALUS’10

March 3-4, 2022 Klaudia Michalska, ASI Impacts Analyst will speak at the conference, and will present details on the ASI Chain of Custody Material flow along the aluminium value chain. The session takes place at 2:50pm on 3 March in Hall 1. The 10th International Aluminum Symposium aims to bring together aluminum sector and the academia on the same platform to share scientific and technological developments that will shape the industry in an international environment in all its dimensions. The…

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March 3 @ 2:50 pm - March 4 @ 3:10 pm UTC+2
Istanbul, Turkey

45 Minutes on… Addressing modern slavery in the ASI Performance Standard

Violations of human rights are a global phenomenon, occurring regardless of political spectrum or economic model. Whether one considers the proposed UK Borders Bill that, according to the United Nations, threatens to increase risks of discrimination and serious human rights violations, the exploitative conditions in German abattoirs for migrant workers, or the termination of personal protection equipment contracts by Public Services and Procurement Canada following allegations that the products were produced using forced labor in Malaysia. Human and labour rights…

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March 22
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