Adil Najam is quoted in a Nature report on Titan submersible implosion tragedy and the science philanthropy background of two of the deceased.
Professor Najam outlined the nature of the global climate change challenge, particularly for developing countries and especially in what he describes as the “Age of Adaptation,” and reflected on the role of law and philanthropy in addressing global climate change, particularly in national and local implications and impacts.
Dean Najam finds that the older diaspora tend to have direct connections to these people and give to them rather than donate through organizations; however, younger generations tend to favor institutional giving.
Adil Najam presented a keynote address on diaspora philanthropy at the annual chapters meeting of The Citizens Foundation (TCF).
Dean Adil Najam discussed the culture of giving in Pakistan that exists around Ramzan.
Adil Najam argues that taxes and philanthropy are not ‘choices’ or ‘substitutes.’