Adil Najam’s Insights Featured in New York Times Article

The New York Times recently published an article titled “As Pakistan Installs a Prime Minister, the Road Ahead Looks Rocky,” shedding light on Pakistan’s political landscape and the challenges facing the newly elected government. Amidst discussions on civil-military relations and economic troubles, the article features insights from Dean Emeritus and Professor at Boston University’s Pardee…

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Decoding COP28: Najam’s Climate Warning

Pardee Professor Adil Najam, Dean Emeritus and President of WWF International, recently shared his climate expertise on the BBC podcast, “The Real Story.” Reflecting on COP28 in Dubai, he emphasized the urgency of global action, expressing skepticism about reaching the critical 1.5-degree Celsius goal and calling for immediate measures to combat climate change.

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Ahead of COP28, Najam Delineates Efficacy of Annual COP Proceedings

As world leaders and negotiators get ready for the latest round of global climate negotiations, COP28, which begin in Dubai on November 30th and will continue till December 12, 2023, Adil Najam, Dean Emeritus and Professor at Boston University’s Pardee School of Global Studies and President of WWF-International, was featured on the BBC Climate Talk podcast in…

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