“While the World Bank’s development projects are not without their risks to biodiversity and Indigenous communities, the approach to environmental and social risk management taken by China as the world’s largest bilateral lender has global ramifications.”
“The world needs to be able to make sure that we’re not burning away our natural assets to get out of this crisis.”
Adil Najam participates in writing workshop for the ‘Biodiversity Revisited’ project in Bellagio.
Adil Najam calls on the conservation community to raise its ambitions and build stronger connections between knowledge and policy.
Adil Najam attended an experts group meeting, held at the Oxford Martin School, on redesigning global biodiversity initiatives.
Dean Adil Najam is the new Chair of the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s Advisory Board.