New Book by Theodore Dumas Explores the Effects of Climate Change on Food Choice

Dr. Theodore Dumas explores how climate change might affect how we eat in his new book If Food Could Talk: Stories from 13 Precious Foods Endangered by Climate Change, to be published Koehler Books. 

In this book, he highlights the foods that might disappear as a result of our changing climate, as well as taking a look at their origins, exploring their cultivation histories and nutritional impact. He also discusses intervention strategies, looking at the ways these foods can be saved through timely intervention. Each chapter ends with recipes. 

Theodore C. Dumas has published over forty scientific journal articles, three book chapters, and served as a professional scientific writer for three editions of Core Concepts in Health, a widely used college level textbook. He is currently teaching NEUR 327