Adil Najam conferred the Hilal-i-Pakistan, Pakistan’s second-highest civil award, by the President of Pakistan for contributions to education and environment. Also awarded the ‘Development Leadership Award’ to mark the country’s 75 years.
Dean Adil Najam’s office was featured as part of BU Today’s Office Artifacts series which showcases interesting items that BU faculty display in their offices.
Dean Adil Najam gave a talk that focused on the global aspects on ecological injustice, particularly in the Age of Adaptation.
Dean Adil Najam met with alumni in Beirut, Lebanon for a series of engaging discussions and thoughtful dialogues about the mission and future of the Pardee School.
Dean Adil Najam discusses a congratulatory call between U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and newly-elected Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Dean Najam discussed how climate change affects endangered species such as the snow leopard and the Indus River dolphin.
Tubiana delivered a candid account of the 2015 Paris Climate Talks.
Najam calls for a serious rethink by Pakistan of its climate change policy.
In a heart-wrenching Op-Ed, Dean Adil Najam considers the plight of Pakistan youths growing up in the shadow of terror.
The Pardee School is pleased to welcome internationally renowned economist Dr. Rogerio Studart as a Senior Visiting Fellow.
Dean Najam said technology could light the way to a better climate future after the Paris Climate Conference.
Dean Adil Najam said that climate change would impact migration across the world – but maybe not in the ways you think.
Professor Henrik Selinand Dean Adil Najam run down the good, bad, and the ugly of the 2015 UN Climate Conference agreement.
Dean Adil Najam said that when it comes to the climate, there was a long road ahead if we wished to truly make a difference.
Dean Adil Najam said that there is a way to determine whether the results of COP21 will make a positive difference in the climate.
Dean Najam discussed the Paris Climate Conference on RadioBoston with Meghna Chakrabarti.
In his decades attending climate change conferences, Dean Adil Najam has seen a lot of promises. Now he says it’s time for action.
Adil Najam spoke with the media on the topics of the upcoming COP21 climate summit as well as the attacks in Paris.
The Division of Regional Studies organized an event where Pardee School faculty examimed the ethical implications of combatting climate change.
The Pardee School brought over a century of expertise and scholarship on security, intelligence and global studies together to discuss the recent Paris terrorist attacks.