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. As more companies join ASI, we will collect more in-depth data and evidence to fully understand the change to which ASI and its Members are contributing.
Explore our dashboard below to learn more about some of our outcomes to date. The dashboard will be regularly updated. (Updated: 27.03.22)
Use the interactive figure below to explore ASI’s membership. Data is available by Member Class and Member size. Note that Member size is measured differently between commercial (business) and non-commercial (NGO, association) members.
Use the interactive figures below to explore the certifications achieved by ASI Members.
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.
The ASI M&E system is focused on the change ASI hopes to achieve in the global aluminium value chain. Our Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) system aims to answer the following universal M&E questions:
Taking these questions into consideration, the M&E program is a key tool for ASI to gain insight into the outcomes and impact of its efforts and that of its members and, over time, to support continual improvement of its program.
Our M&E Plan provides more detail on the aims and scope of our program, how we collect data, our main tools and list of indicators. The M&E System Report provides more background information on how we aim to achieve this, and is part of our compliance with the ISEAL Impacts Code.