On April 21, 2022, the Croatian League for Hypertension, the Croatian Society for Hypertension, and the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts hosted a symposium titled “Climate Change, Arterial Hypertension, and Total Risk,” in which Marija Pujo Tadić, president of the International Institute for Climate Action (IICA), participated as a panelist.
Marija Pujo Tadić gave a lecture on Climate Change and Adaptation Strategy and their overall importance for health on the eve of Earth Day to highlight the importance of climate change.
The symposium was also distinguished by the presence of numerous lecturers who will also be co-authors of the book, and the lectures covered a wide range of topics concerning the impact of climate change on health, including:
– Influence of seasonal changes on blood pressure values in children, adolescents, and young adults
– Weather and climate variables’ effects on COVID-19
– Changes in metabolism, global risk, and pregnancy
– Climate-related effects on metabolic syndrome
– Seasonal stroke rates and meteorological factors
– Antihypertensives and seasonal variations in blood pressure
– Seasonal changes in body mass index
One of the main goals of the International Institute for Climate Action (IICA) is to encourage the implementation and application of the Climate Change Adaptation Strategy!
Maja Baretić, Bojan Jelaković i Marija Pujo Tadić