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11 June 2024

ASI Working Groups are multi-stakeholder forums that enable members and broader stakeholders, including subject matter specialists, to engage and contribute expertise and perspectives on ASI Standards and broader sustainability priorities for the aluminium value chain. 

The recently published ASI Entity GHG Pathways Method, which is the first (and currently only) method for the calculation of Entity-specific 1.5ºC aligned decarbonisation targets applicable to the entire aluminium value chain, is a product of the ASI Climate Change Working Group. Members had the privilege of working together to produce the tool and will be reconvening again in June to look at land use changes and possible iterations of the method. 

If Climate Change isn’t your focus area, how about participating in the Circularity Working Group? It developed ASI’s Circularity Framework for achieving circularity in the aluminium value chain, and is currently seeking to embed circular economy principles into existing and future iterations of the ASI Performance Standard (and Chain of Custody Standard). 

Beyond Climate and Circularity, there are also the Human Rights Working Group and Biodiversity Working Group. Finally, the Standards Benchmarking and Harmonisation Working Group, which is for those keen to see ASI reduce unnecessary duplication through cross recognitions and collaborations with other systems and initiatives. 

Even if you cannot participate as an expert, you’re welcome to join for the learning and social experience. It’s a good way to engage with other members and understand the challenges faced and opportunities presented at different segments of the supply chain. 

To join a Working Group, simply send an email to ASI Membership Director, Chinelo Etiaba.

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