Dana Ellis Hunnes is the author of the upcoming book with Cambridge University Press Recipe For Survival: What you can do to live a healthier and more environmentally friend life. She is an Adjunct Assistant Professor at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and is a Senior Dietitian at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. She earned her BS in nutrition and human biology from Cornell University, her RD at Emory University Hospitals, and her Masters of Public Health (MPH) and PhD in Public Health from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. Dana teaches courses on nutrition, chronic disease, and the environment. Her research examines the relationships among climate change, food choices, and food security. She is frequently cited in the media: She has been interviewed by NBC Nightly News, WBAI radio, Spectrum 1 TV. She has written guest articles for Huffington Post and Self Magazine, and has been quoted by the Associated Press, Live Science, Healthline, Consumer Reports, Women's Health Magazine, Well + Good, HuffPost, Self Magazine, Health magazine, Cosmopolitan, Men's Journal, Insider, the Los Angeles Times, and other news and media outlets.